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A rigid shift of 362 years

Roman-German Empire of the X-XIII century 911 ad - the beginning of the Saxon dynasty

Conrad I (911 918), see [2] (7) Henry I the Fowler (919 936), see [2] (17) Otto I the Great (936-973), see [2] (37)

Otto II from the death of Otto I in 973 until his own demise in 983 + Otto III (983 1002), see [1] (29)

The Habsburg Empire. 1273 A D - the first year of the House of Austria

(transposed)

(38) Henry VII (1309-1314) + Ludwig V (1314 1347), see [1]

(31) Charles IV (1347-1378), see [1] (22) Wenceslaw (1378 1400), see [1]

Conrad II from the coronation in Rome (1027) until his death in 1039, see [2] (12)

' 1410-1039 < (10) Robert Palatine (1400 1410), see [1]

Henry V (1098-1125) or Henry V from the coronation in Rome (1111) until his death in 1125 + Lothair II (1125-1137), 26 years altogether, see [2] (27)

Wars in Italy with the participation of Germany 1143-1155, the revolt of Arnold the Brescian

Friedrich I Barbarossa (1152 1190), see [2] (38)

Otto II from the death of Otto I in 973 until his own demise in 983 + Otto III (983 1002), see [1] (29)

Conrad II from the coronation in Rome (1027) until his death in 1039, see [2] (12)

(transposed)

The beginning of the "Italian wars", German wars in Italy 1512-the revolt in Brescia

(37) Charles V (1519 1556), see [1], [3] (Friedrich the Wise and the war with Barbarossa)

Henry VI (1191 1197) Coronated in Rome in 1191, see [1], [2] (6)^ = 367 ^"(6) Ferdinand I (1556 1564), see [1]

Friedrich II (1211 1250), see his three coronations ^^ 1612-1250 = 362

1619-1256 = 363

Conrad IV (1237-1254), see [2] (17) 637-1254 = 383\ (18) Ferdinand II (1619-1637), see [1]

The end of the X XIII century empire 1250-1254 O—------O 1618-1619 The end of the Habsburg Empire

War in Italy 1250 1268 O—---1618 The 30 year war begins in Germany

The beginning of the 17 year anarchy in Germany 1256

The average reign end shift equals 373 years

[1] Blair J Chronological Tables Spanning the Entire Global History, Containing Every Year since the Genesis and until the XIX Century, Published in English by J Blair, a Member of the Royal Society, London Volumes 1 and 2 Moscow University Press, Moscow, 1808-1809

[2] Bemont C, Monod G The Mediaeval History of Europe Petrograd, 1915

[3] Kohlrausch The History of Germany Volumes 1 and 2 Moscow, 1860

Fig 6 21 Reign correlation of the mediaeval Holy Roman Empire of the alleged X-XIII century A D and the mediaeval Habsburg Empire of the XIII-XVII century with a rigid shift of about 360 years

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