O Co

A rigid shift of 1053 years

The Holy Roman Empire of German Nation in Italy. X-XIII century ad

Otto I the Great Otto II the Wild Otto III the Red (Chlorus)

Henry lithe Saint + Conrad the Saltan (1002-1039) (37)

Conrad II the Saltan (1024-1039) (15) Gregory Htldebrand (1053-1073-1085) pope in Rome

Henry III the Black (1028-1056) (28)

Henry V the Black (1098-1125) (27)7 German king (?)

Henry V the Black (1111 -1125), Roman emperor (14)

Lothair (1125-1137) (12) Eruption of Vesuvius (1138-1139)

Conrad III (1138-1152) (14)

Pompey the Great The Second Roman Empire.

Sulla Lucius I century B C -

Julius Caesar (Chlorus in 3rd Empire) III Century A D

(54) Tiberius + Caligula + Claudius + Nero (14-68) (?)

Interregnum (1256-1273) (17) -1273 235 1038- (is) Anarchy Julia Maesa and her favorites (217-235)

(54) Tiberius + Caligula + Claudius + Nero (14-68) (?)

137 — 81 = 10564 (12) Two Tltuses Vespasianuses (69-81)

■ j--O \ ► Eruption of Vesuvius (79 A D ) burying Pompeii

1152-96 = 1056 V(15)Domitian(81-96)

Friedrich I Barbarossa (1152-1190) (38)

Philip Ghibelline (1198-1208) (10) Otto IV Gwelf (1198-1218) (20) Friedrich II (1211-1250) (39)

(40) Trajan + Hadrian (98-138) (23) Antoninus Pius (138-161) ^erus (161-169) (19) Marcus Aurelius (161-180)

(37) Commodus + Caracalla (180-217) (18) Septimus Severus (193-211)

Interregnum (1256-1273) (17) -1273 235 1038- (is) Anarchy Julia Maesa and her favorites (217-235)

End of X-XIII century AD Empire War in Italy in mid-XIII century

(See Bemon C, Monod G The Mediaeval History of Europe Petrograd, 1915)

The average reign end shift equals 1039 years Close to the rigid shift of 1053 years

This is one of the main parallels.

End of the Second Roman Empire War in Italy in mid-Ill century A D

Fig. 6.23. Reign correlation of the mediaeval Holy Roman Empire of the alleged X-XIII century A.D. and the "ancient" Second Roman Empire Empire of the alleged I century B.C. - III century A.D.

Holy Roman Empire in the 10-13th cc A, D.

End of the Empire FsH of the German dynasty

End of the Empire m the 1st c. B.C. - 3rd e. AO, Fall of Hohenstaufens

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