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1024-305 = 719

(13) Constantius I Chlorus (293-306)

(21) Diocletian (284 305), see [4], [1] Conrad 11 the Saltan (1024-1039), see [1] (15) \ -jQgg _¿4 = 715 < (16) Licinius (308 324), see [3]

Henry III (1028-1056), see [1], [2] (28)^ 1056-337 = 719 ^ (29) Constantme 1 (306-337), see [1]

q f„S m h53"H'°6) <53h ^^Shiftfrom Henry to Basilthe Great 1106-378 = 728

(1049-1085! 36\eaSrs?fais <Tshiftfrom "birth" of H.ldebrand to Basil the Great 1053-333 = 720 > (45) Basil the Great (?) (333 378) into the period of his reign

Henry V (1098-1125), see [1], [2] (27^^ 1125 - 423 = 702 y (28) Honorius (395-423), see [1] Lothair (1125-1137), see [1], [2] (12p> 1137 - 395 = 742 f d6) Theodosius I (379 395), see [3] Conrad III (1138-1152), see [1], [2] (14) J1152 - 408 = 744JL (13) Arcadius (395-408), see [1]

Friedrich I Barbarossa (1152-1190) (38) See [2]

1190 - 450 = 740 (42) Theodosius 11 (408 450), see [1 ]

Henry VI (1169 1197), see [2] (28) V^ 1197 - 455 = 742 y*M28) Valentinian III (423-455), see [1]

Anarchy and Philip Gibellin (1198-1208), see [2] (10) ^1208 - 472 = 736 f (16) Anarchy and Ricimer (456-472), see [1]

1218 - 493 = 725 V (17) Anarchy and Odoacer (476-493), see [1]

Otto IV (1201-1217), 17 or 16 years as the king of Rome, according to Gregorovius, 1197-1218, see [2] (21)

Friedrich II as Roman king (1220-1250) Final coronation, in 1220, after the death of Otto IV, see [2] (30) ^

Or Friedrich II (1198-1250) (54) Co-ruler Otto IV until 1218, see [1]

(29) Theodorich 2 versions 1250 - 526 = 724 V^Primary (497-526), see [4]

1250-526 = 724

(50) Or Theodorich + Odoacer (co-ruler * (476-526), see [1]

1254 - 541 = 713 ^—Tl5) The Gothic dynasty (526-541), see [4] VI266 — 552 = 714/

The end of the Empire of the X-XIII centuries The defeat and decline of the Hogenstaufens

1268-553 = 715

The end of Empire III in Italy The defeat and decline of the Goths

[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]CagnatR Cours d'epigraphie latine 4eed Paris, 1914

[4] Gregorovius F History of the City of Rome in the Middle Ages St Petersburg, 1902-1912

Fig. 6 19 Reign correlation of the mediaeval Holy Roman Empire of the alleged X-XIII century A D and the "ancient" Third Roman Empire of the alleged III-VI century A.D

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