Paralipomenon


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Noun1.Paralipomenon - (Old Testament) an obsolete name for the Old Testament books of I Chronicles and II Chronicles which were regarded as supplementary to Kings
religious text, religious writing, sacred text, sacred writing - writing that is venerated for the worship of a deity
1 Chronicles, I Chronicles - the first of two Old Testament books telling the history of Judah and Israel until the return from the Babylonian Captivity in 536 BC
2 Chronicles, II Chronicles - the second of two Old Testament books telling the history of Judah and Israel until the return from the Babylonian Captivity in 536 BC
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
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if the historians would only say, 'Such and such a knight finished such and such an adventure, but with the help of so and so, his squire, without which it would have been impossible for him to accomplish it;' but they write curtly, "Don Paralipomenon of the Three Stars accomplished the adventure of the six monsters;' without mentioning such a person as his squire, who was there all the time, just as if there was no such being.
In fact, the Greek title of these books--Douay Bible readers will recall--was 1 and 2 Paralipomenon, which means "omitted or passed over details." If you want to know what the books of Samuel and Kings don't tell you about Israel's leaders, Chronicles is your watercooler.
Asimismo, la influencia de la fuente historica de Suetonio se rastrea en el Paralipomenon Hispaniae del eclesiastico catalan Joan Margarit (1421-1484) (Tate "Italian Humanism").
Animado por este objetivo consiguio realizar, por lo que se refiere al Antiguo Testamento, una breve introduccion al Pentateuco -hoy todavia inedita: Postilla brevis- los Commentaria in Genesim, In Exodum, In Leviticum, In Numeros, In Deuteronomium (completando de este modo el Pentateuco), escritos entre 1436 y 1438; a ellos se anaden: los comentarios In Iosue, In Iudices et Ruth (los tres primeros libros de los llamados "libros historicos"); los comentarios In Regum (4 volumenes, escritos entre 1438-1440) e In Paralipomenon (2 vols.) o libros de Cronicas.