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MYSTERIOUS DUPLICATE REGAL DYNASTIES INSIDE THE "TEXTBOOK BY SCALIGER-PETAVIUS"

We then carried out an independent experimental study of the "Scaligerian textbook" - that is, a global chronological map - on the basis of dependent dynasty recognition procedure as well. Let us recall that for that purpose we have compiled lists of all the rulers in the range spanning the alleged years 4000 b.c.-1900 a.d. for the regions indicated. In particular, we used the chronological tables ([76]); list of other tables and books presented above. The dependent dynasty recognition procedure was applied to this set of dynasties featured in annals. The experiment has unexpectedly revealed particular pairs of featured dynasties a and by which used to be considered independent in all senses but for which the proximity coefficient of c(a, b) proved to be very small, of the same order of magnitude as for a priory dependent dynasties: 10~12 to 10~8. The results obtained above indicate a most probable correspondence of these dynasties to the same "flow of events". A few examples below.

Examples of the dependent historical annalistic dynasties

Example i is shown in fig. 6.11, fig. 6.12, fig. 6.12a.

a = the second "antique" Roman Empire actually founded by Lucius Sulla allegedly in 82-83 b.c., ending with Caracalla in the alleged year 217 a.d.

b - the third "ancient" Roman Empire restored by Lucius Aurelian allegedly in 270 a.d., ending with Theodoric the Gothic in the alleged year 526 a.d. Here c(a, b) = 10~12 dynasty a obtained from dynasty b by shifting the latter by approximately 333 years downward.

Thus, if we examine the proximity of these dynasties as a random event, its probability is 10~12 - that is, very low. This parallelism is secondary in the sense

Third Roman Empire in the 3rd-6th cc, A.D.

5) Pompeythe Great 70-49 (21}

6) Pompeyand Caesar 60-49 (11)

8) Julius Caesar, winner in

1st Triumvirate 45-44(1)

9) Triumvirs and Octavianus Augustus

10) Octavianus Augustus 27 b.c.-14 a.d. (41) or 37 if counting from 23 b.c.

11) Nativity of Jesus in 27th year since Octavianus Augustus (27)

13) Tiberius and Germanicus 6-19 (13)

15) Confusion 41 (1)

17) Claudius and Pallas 41-54 (13)

19) Nero, Burrus and Seneca 54-62 (8) 19*) Nero and Seneca 54-65(11)

21) Confusion 69(1)

22) Two Tituses Vespasianuses 69-81 (12)

27) Hadrian 117-138 (21)

28) Titus Antoninus Pius 138-161 (23)

29) Marcus Aurelius 161-180(19)

30) Lucius Commodus 176-192 (16)

31) Pertinax 193(1)

32) Didius Julian 193(1)

33) Clodius 193(1)

34) Pescennius Niger 193-194 (1)

35) Septimius Severus 193-211 (18)

36) Caracalla 193-217 (24). Well-known reforms in 2nd Empire

37) End of 2nd Roman Empire. 24 Crisis in mid-Ill c. a.D. Gothic war. Shift by c. 333 years

Fig. 6.11. Reign correlation for the "ancient" Second Roman Empire (the alleged period between 82 B.C. and 217 A.D.) and the "ancient" Third Roman Empire (the alleged period between 270 and 526 A.D.).

Approximately 333-year shift

1) Lucius Aurelius 270-275 (5)

2) Confusion 275-276 (1)

4) Confusion 282-284(2)

5) Diocletian the Great 284-305 (21)

6) Diocletian and Constantius Chlorus

293-305(12)

7) Confusion 305-309 (4)

8) Constantius Chlorus, winner of 1st tetrarchy 305-306(1)

9) Tetrarchs and Constantine Augustus

306-324(18)

Constantine Augustus 306-337 (31) 31 11) Birth of Basil the Great in 27th year since Constantine 27 Augustus (27) 24 12) Constantius II337-361 (24)

13) Constantius II and Constans 337-350(13)

15) Confusion 363(1)

16) Valentinian 1364-375 (11)

17) Valentinian and Valens (Pallas?) 367-375(11)

19) Valens, Valentinian and Gratian 364-375(11)

19*) Valens and Gratian 367-378 (11)

20) Jovian 363-364 (1) interchanged 18)

21) Confusion 378(1)

22) Gratian and Valentinian II after Valens and Confusion 379-392 (13)

23) Theodosius 1379-395 (16)

24) Eugenius 392-394 (2)

25) Eugenius co-ruling 392-394 (2)

26) Arcadius 395-408 (13) Honorius 395-423 (28) ~ 28 28) Aetius 423-444 or 423-438 (21)

29) Valentinian 111437-455(18) or 444-455 (11)

30) Ricimer 456-472 (16)

31) Olybrius 472(1)

32) Glycerius 473-474(1)

33) Julis Nepos 474-475(1)

34) Romulus Augustulus 475-476 (1)

35) Odoacer 476-493 (17)

36) Theodoric 493-526 (33) or 497-526 (29). Well-known reforms. ^ 37) End of Western

3rd Roman Empire. Gothic war in mid-VI c. a.D.

Fig. 6.11. Reign correlation for the "ancient" Second Roman Empire (the alleged period between 82 B.C. and 217 A.D.) and the "ancient" Third Roman Empire (the alleged period between 270 and 526 A.D.).

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