Historians with a clear delineation of the history and the past # 8213; big problems. Their shows, for example, the position of Benedetto Croce (1866 # 8213; 1952), Italian historian and philosopher of history, author of the book "The history of Europe in the 19th century." In his book "Theory and practice of historiography" (M .: Russian Language Culture, 1998) he was talking about the establishment of the boundaries between history and chronicle, writes on p. 14 that it "Provides an opportunity to reconsider the thesis of the primacy of banal chronicles in relation to history. "Primo annates (Chronicle) fuere, post Historiae factae sunt", according to learned by rote, like a recipe, saying ancient scholar (grammar Maria Quiz). (In the book, this Latin phrase is translated as "first appeared chronicles were then created history." # 8213; EG) However, from the study of nature, as well as the genesis of two different approaches should be just the opposite: first the story, then the Chronicle. First live, then dead. A claim that a chronicle history of the breed, that still carry the origin of a living person from a corpse, which is the same as the remains of life, which is a chronicle of the history of the remains. "