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Fig. 6.46. A superposition of the mediaeval English history and the mediaeval Byzantine history with a rigid shift. Part three.
a - "ancient" kingdom of Judah, allegedly 928-587 b.c. (, page 192), described in the Bible, 1-2 Samuel +1-2 Kings and Chronicles. Different versions of durations of reigns extracted from different chapters of the Bible are given in fig. 6.13. Jerusalem is considered to be the capital of Judah.
■ b = dynastic jet from the early mediaeval Eastern Roman Empire of allegedly 300-552 a.d. New Rome i.e., Constantinople is considered to be the capital.
la. Rehoboam (17 years).
2a. Abijah (3 years). His name means "the father of God" .
■ 2b. Arius 330-333 (3 years) or (5 years) or (8 years), several versions. The founder of a well-known religious trend - Arianism.
■ 3b. The well-known Saint Basil the Great 333-378 (45 years). The name Basil, i.e., Bazileus, means simply King.
4a. Jehoshaphat (25 years).
5a. Jehoram of Judah (8 years). Separation of Edom occurs in his time. Then follows a 76 years' inset. See details below.
■ 5b.Arcadius 395-408 (13 years). Separation of the Western Roman Empire from the Eastern one occurs in his time.
6a. Uzziah (52 years). He participates in a church dispute, is cursed and "afflicted with leprosy".
■ 6b. Theodosius II408-450 + Marcian 450-457 (in total 49 years). The well-known church dispute in the Ephesian council.
la. Interregnum (2 years). In 2 Chronicles, there is a lacuna here.
■ lb. Attilas invasion to the Roman Empire, and anarchy 451-453 (2 years).
9a. Ahaz (16 years). Rezin king of Aram and Pekah attack Jerusalem. Ahaz turns for help to Tiglath-Pileser, duplicate of Theodoric, see below.
■ 9b. Zenon 474-491 (17 years). German leader Odoacer attacks Rome. Reamer, the Western Roman ruler, 456-472, is a probable duplicate of Biblical Rezin, see above. Zenon turns for help to Theodoric the Gothic.
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