The most fundamental statistical duplicates found by us are presented in the figures. The tables presented below list kings or actual rulers "identified" with each other, indicating the Scaligerian dates for their reign. The reign durations are presented in brackets. Horizontal fragments in relevant figures present reign periods of kings. Vertical lines connect beginnings and ends of reigns identified with each other.
TABLE 1. Example i, see fig. 6.11, fig. 6.12, fig. 6.12a.
a = the "ancient" Roman Empire, actually founded by Lucius Sulla allegedly in 82-83 b.c., ending with
Caracalla allegedly in 217 a.d. The Scaligerian dates of reign for the first eight rulers of these dynasties are a version of the dynastic jet. Periods of strife in the Empire are also indicated. We will conditionally call this Empire the Second Roman Empire.
■ b = the "ancient" Roman Empire, restored by Lucius Aurelian allegedly in 270 a.d., ending with Theodoric the Gothic allegedly in 526 a.d. Versions of reign of emperors are taken from , , . In some cases, count of years of reign of one or another emperor starts from the death of a co-ruler. We will conditionally call this empire the Third Roman Empire. Let us note that the Third Empire is richer in co-rulers than the Second Empire, therefore has more dynastic jets.
Dynasty a is obtained from dynasty b by shifting the latter by approximately 333 years downward.
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