The identification of the First Roman Empire (Livy's Regal Rome) as the Third Roman Empire of the alleged III-VI century a.d. Identifying the Second Roman Empire as the Holy Roman Empire of the X-XIII century as well as the Habsburg Empire of the XIV-XVII century. The "ancient" Second Roman Empire in the X-XII century a.d. The offspring of the sons of Noah (Shem, Ham and Japhet). Why the era of Hijrah (Hegira) is counted from the VII century a.d. In re the Biblical books of Samuel, Kings and Chronicles 1. Abram and Haran, the division into two kingdoms, Isaac, Esau, Jacob, Judas, and Joseph. The Biblical Babylonian captivity reflected as the Avignon captivity in the allegedly French and Roman mediaeval chronicles 17. On the history of the Koran 17.3 The Biblical Ark and the Muslim Qa'aba 18.
The mediaeval aqueduct and the "ancient" Trojan Horse 5.6. The "ancient" Patroclus = the "ancient" Brutus 5.7. The "ancient" Hector = the mediaeval Gothic king Vittigis 5.8. Mediaeval traces of the "ancient" Homer in the XIII-XIV century. The famous rape of the Sabine women in the "ancient" Rome and the share-out of wives and daughters in early XIV century Greece. The "ancient" Romulus and Remus are the grandchildren of Aeneas the Trojan and the founders of Rome in Latinia. The mediaeval Charles of Naples as the "ancient" King Cambyses 9. The mediaeval Duke Walther as the "ancient" Xerxes the Great 13. Paperback June 22, 2005 Delamere Publishing Translated from Russian by Michael Jagger. Project management by Franck Tamdhu (It is published with the permission of the publisher) history. of the seven volumes About the Author Also by Analoly T. The ruins of a small mediaeval fortification that Heinrich Schliemann suggested to refer to as "the remnants of the ancient Troy" 5.2. A rough comparison of the Trojan War to the Gothic War (The continuation ) 5.3. The fall of Byzantium as the end of "Classical" Greece in the alleged IV century b.c. Amazingly similar volume graphs of "ancient" and mediaeval Greek "biographies" Introduction 1. Shiryaev Publisher's Note Publisher's Advice Preface by A. Identifying the Tarquinian war of the alleged VI century b.c. The mediaeval troubadours and the Franks telling us about the Trojan War 5.1.5. The Turkish Ottoman Empire as the "ancient"Macedon. The mediaeval siege of Constantinople (Byzantium) as the "ancient" siege of Byzantium 20. Identifying Livy's "Ancient Imperial Rome" as the Third Roman Empire after a 1053-year shift 3. The parallelism between the Gothic War of the alleged VI century and the Nika rebellion that took place in the same century. The general conception of chronological shifts 5.1.2. Dares and Dictis – the "alleged participants" of the Trojan War 5.1.4. The mediaeval Catalan state in Athens as the "ancient" Athenian state 14.4. The mediaeval despotate of Mystras as the "ancient" Sparta 18. These events of the XI-XVI century epoch were initially shifted by the chronologists into the VIII century b.c. The Crucifixion of Jesus on Mount Beykos, or the evangelical Golgotha, which is located outside Constantinople, near the shore of the Bosporus 2. superimposed over the Gothic war of the alleged VI century a.d. The first accounts of the Trojan War: their presumed authorship, as well as geographical and temporal origins 5.1.1. The date of Parthenon's construction, and the reason it was called the Temple of St. The mediaeval Gemisto Pleton as the "ancient" Plato 17. Adam and Eve = Paris and Helen = Perseus and Andromeda = Jason and Medea = St. The apple shared by Adam and Eve as well as their "ancient" Greek duplicates Paris and Venus 2. Cain and Abel, the murder of Abel and the separation of humanity into two nations. The Bethlehem Star of the alleged I century and the famous supernova explosion of circa 1150 (subsequently shifted to 1054 by the chronologists) 1.5.