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A rigid shift of approximately 1840 years

Roman coronations of the emperors Kingdom of Israel started in 922 B c of the Holy Roman Empire (according to the Bible), in the X-XIII century A D For simplicity, year count starts from zero.

Hugh of Aries (926-947) (21), king of Italy [1] ^--Jeroboam (0-22) (22) [B]

Otto I the Great

(936, German coronation [1] - 960, start of Otto II [3]) (24), or (936, German coronation [1] - 962, Roman coronation [3]) (26)

962, Roman coronation [3] - 973, German coronation (11) (Death of Otto I in 973 and German coronation of Otto

(973, German coronation [3] - 996, Roman coronation [3]) (23)

(996, Roman coronation [3] -1014, Roman coronation [3]) (18)

(1014, Roman coronation [3] - 1027, Roman coronation

(1014, Roman coronation [3] - 1046, Roman coronation [3]) (32)

(1046, Roman coronation [3] - 1084, Roman coronation [3]) (38) (1084, Roman coronation [3] -1125) 1125 - death ofHenryV, end of Frankish dynasty, beginning of Saxon dynasty (41)

(1134, Roman coronation 13]-1155, Roman coronation [3]) (21)

Pope Alexander III (1159, his election -1167, Friedrich I attack) (?) (8) German wars in Italy 1143-1155 See Assyrian wars (right) Capture of Rome by Friedrich I in 1154

Otto I the Great

(936, German coronation [1] - 960, start of Otto II [3]) (24), or (936, German coronation [1] - 962, Roman coronation [3]) (26)

962, Roman coronation [3] - 973, German coronation (11) (Death of Otto I in 973 and German coronation of Otto

(973, German coronation [3] - 996, Roman coronation [3]) (23)

(1014, Roman coronation [3] - 1027, Roman coronation

(1014, Roman coronation [3] - 1046, Roman coronation [3]) (32)

(1134, Roman coronation 13]-1155, Roman coronation [3]) (21)

Ahaziah (2) + Jehoroam Israelian (12) (85-99) (14) [B] 1st version of Jehoroam (see [B])

Jehoroam Israelian (94-106) (12) [B] 2nd version of Jehoroam (see [B])

(2 year lacuna according to [B])

(127-144-160), see [B] Jehoahaz (17) + Joash (16) (33)

(235-243), see [B],Hoshea (8) Attack of Shalmaneser

Ahaziah (2) + Jehoroam Israelian (12) (85-99) (14) [B] 1st version of Jehoroam (see [B])

Jehoroam Israelian (94-106) (12) [B] 2nd version of Jehoroam (see [B])

(2 year lacuna according to [B])

(127-144-160), see [B] Jehoahaz (17) + Joash (16) (33)

(235-243), see [B],Hoshea (8) Attack of Shalmaneser

According to [2], the kingdom of Israel started in 922 b c Since year zero in the table was 920 b c, the shift is c. 920 + 922 = 1842 years, which is close to the shift of 1778 (1800) years on the Global Chronological Map

This is one of the main parallels.

[1] Blair J Chronological Tables. Moscow, 1808-1809

[2] Bickerman E Chronology of the Ancient World Thames & Hudson, 1968

[3] Bemont C., Monod G The Mediaeval History of Europe Petrograd, 1915 [B] The Bible.

Fig. 6.27. Reign correlation of the "ancient" Israelite kingdom of the alleged years 922-724 B.C. and the mediaeval Holy Roman Empire of the alleged X-XIII century A.D.

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