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C h r o n o l o g y  6

Anatoly T. Fomenko, Gleb V. Nosovskiy

Mediæval Horde-Ataman World Empire. The Bible. Conquest of the Promised Land.
The Reformation. Calendar and Easter.


History: Fiction or Science?



Translated from Russian by Mikhail Yagupov and Franck Tamdhu
. Cover by Polina Zinoviev.
Project management: Franck Tamdhu
Copyright © 2021 Delamere Resources LLC.

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(It is published with the permission of the publisher)

CONTENTS

About the Authors......... iv
Overview of the seven volumes........ v
From the Publishers................ vi
Also by Analoly T. Fomenko............... vii
Also by Gleb V. Nosovskiy.............. viii
Preface—By Leonid Sevastyanov, Ph.D., President of the World Union of Old Believers ..... 3
Foreword ............. 5
 
Chapter 1
Introduction. General considerations

 
1. Lack of vowels in old texts sometimes leads to confusion ........... 9
2. Disputes about the biblical date of the “creation of the world” did not stop until the middle of the XVIII century ............... 10
3. In the XVII–XVIII centuries, many understood the Russian and world history in a different way ................ 10
4. Important parallelism between events described in the Bible and events of mediaeval Europe and Asia ................. 11
5. How deep is it possible to descend to the past in small steps on the ladder of chronicles built of steps? .............. 15
6. About terminology ............... 19
7. Psychological notes .............. 19
 
Chapter 2
History of Manuscripts and Bible Publications

 
1. What is a biblical canon. Why during the Middle Ages, the Church forbids the laymen from reading the Bible? ............. 21
2. Manuscripts of the Bible .............. 23
2.1. Greek Bible manuscripts. Tischendorf ’s story ............ 23
2.2. Hebrew Bible manuscripts .............. 27
2.3. Slavic Bible manuscripts ............. 34
2.4. The beginning of the XVII century as an impenetrable wall and a distorting prism in documented history ........ 45
2.5. The Vatican Library ............... 46
2.6. Council of Trent of the XVI century and the Bible. Destruction of “wrong” books .............. 47
2.7. Latin Bible manuscripts ............... 49
3. The first printed Bible .............. 50
 
Chapter 3
Events of the XII century of the New Era in the New Testament. Adoration of the Magi and the Baptism of Russia

 
1. Golden sarcophagus with the relics of the three Gospel Magi in the Cologne Cathedral ............... 61
1.1. What the Gospel says about the Magi ............. 61
1.2. What is known today about the history of the Ark with the relics of the Magi ................ 61
1.3. Restorations of the Ark of the Magi .............. 62
1.3.1. Who and why destroyed thirty-six golden figures on the sarcophagus? .... 63
1.3.2. Why swap the figures in the first and third rows and change their names? .............. 68
1.3.3. “Restoration” of the main, front wall of the Ark ...... 69
1.4. Mediaeval Emperor Otton, together with the Magi, presents gifts to Jesus Christ .................... 70
1.5. Why one of them is a woman in the early pictures of the Adoration of the Magi? ................. 72
2. Why in the Scaligerian history the names of the three Magi-Kings have been hushed up? .................. 73
3. The Magus-Wizard Valta-King is a hero of both the Old and the New Testament .. 75
4. Other pictures of the Wizards in the Cologne Cathedral, European churches, and mediaeval paintings ................... 76
5. Why is the King Solomon shown as a woman on the sarcophagus of the Magi and some other ancient images? ................ 83
6. Figure of biblical Aaron—Patriarch with a female body ........ 88
7. The crucifixion of Gero in the Cologne Cathedral ............. 88
8. Russia-Scythia in the New Testament ............... 90
8.1. Who are the Wizard Belshazzar and the woman-Wizard Melchior ..... 90
8.2. Who is the third Wizard Caspar ............ 92
8.3. Western European artists were sometimes confused in Russian words ...... 95
8.4. Jesus Christ is worshipped in Russia-Scythia in the XII century. Great = “Mongolian” conquest in the XIII-XIV century ........... 96
9. Our reconstruction .............. 98
10. Why and when the name of King Herod appeared in the Gospels ......... 99
11. Why is the Ark of the Magi in Cologne? .......... 100
12. The Child Jesus Christ received the worship of the Magi under the banners with a crescent and a star ............... 101
13. The gifts of the Magi are stored to this time on the Holy Mount Afon ..... 103

Chapter 4 Pentateuch. The Biblical Exodus and the conquest of the Promised Land are the Ottoman = Ataman conquest of the XV century

1. General look at the history of the biblical Exodus. Great Egypt of the Bible .... 105
2. What lands were conquered by the army of Moses? What is biblical Palestine ..... 106
3. Russian-Horde history of the XV century. Split of the Golden Horde .... 110
4. Biblical Egypt of the Exodus is Russia-Horde of the first half of the XV century ...... 111
4.1. Special position of Egypt in the Bible .......... 111
4.2. What we learn about Egypt from the biblical descriptions of the ten “Plagues of Egypt” ............... 112
4.3. Biblical “Plagues of Egypt” is a reflection of the known period of epidemic and natural disasters in Russia of the first half of the XV century ........ 117
4.4. What is “heavenly manna” and where it fell ........... 118
4.5. Biblical Egypt is Kipchak or Gipchak, that is, Russia-Horde ......... 120
4.6. Magi in the Bible and Magi in Russia .......... 121
4.7. Vegetation of biblical Egypt in the picture of Lucas Cranach, the artist of the XVI century ................. 121
5. The beginning of Moses’ journey ........... 123
5.1. Moses at the Court of the Egyptian Pharaoh ........ 123
5.2. The purpose of Moses’s journey. The first attempt of the “Mongolian” Empire to cope with the focuses of the largest epidemics .......... 124
5.3. The conquest of the Promised Land as an attempt to extirpate the focus of the epidemic ................... 125
5.4. Manna-snow as a source of water in the focus of epidemics ......... 127
5.5. Making bricks in Egypt as a military duty ........ 127
5.6. The quarrel of Moses with Pharaoh ............ 127
5.7. The army of Moses takes the field ............. 128
6. The journey of Moses. Crossing the sea ........ 128
6.1. The Bible: Through the midst of the sea upon the dry land ........ 128
6.2. “Antiquinty”: Alexander the Great. Crossing the water as on dry land is another reflection of the Ottoman conquest of the XV century ....... 132
6.3. Russian History: Alexander Nevsky and the Battle on the Ice ..... 134
7. Reflection in the Bible of the appearance of Islam ............. 136
8. To the north or the south did the Israelites go from Egypt to the Promised Land? .... 138
9. How and with what the army of Israelites = the God’s fighters fought. Fire cannons and muskets ................... 139
9.1. Cavalry. Phalanx. Tribe = military column ............. 139
9.2. Iron chariots = firing cannons ............... 140
9.3. Stone cannonballs ............ 141
9.4. Hornets = muskets ............ 141
10. “Copper serpent” of Moses and fire-shooting cannon-muskets ...... 143
11. Where is the banner of Moses kept today? ............ 145
12. A carriage-mounted cannon in the Russian coats of arms ...... 149
13. Images of guns in mediaeval illustrations to the Bible .......... 151
14. “Ancient” Greek gods defeat the “ancient” Titans by shooting them from cannon muskets ................... 153
15. Huge Russian-Horde cannons of the XVI–XVII century with names and images of the kings of the “antique” Troy ............... 159
16. New Inquisition in Western Europe on the pages of the Bible .......... 168
17. Which countries Moses’s troops passed through .......... 169
18. What “desert” the tribes = columns of Moses walked through for forty years .... 174
19. Moses—the King of the Saracens ............ 175
20. Where have the Ottomans = Atamans come from, according to the Lutheran Chronograph of 1680 ................. 176
21. Where is Moses buried? ................ 177
22. Moses on the pages of the Russian history of the XV century ........ 178
22.1. Who founded the Ottoman Empire ........... 178
22.2. Founder of Kazan Khan Ulug Mehmet and biblical Moses ...... 179
22.3. The Great Prince, King, Autocrat Boris Alexandrovich of Tver and the biblical Moses ................. 180
22.4. What is Tver and the Grand Principality of Tver ........ 181
23. Our reconstruction of the biblical story of Moses. Layer from the XV century ....... 183

Chapter 5
Book of Jesus Navin (Joshua). Continuation of the Ottoman = Ataman conquest under Jesus Navin


1. What does Navin or Navgin mean ............ 184
2. Where Jesus Navin (Joshua) fought ........... 184
3. Why walls of Jericho fell. Biblical Jericho is Czar-Grad .......... 190
4. Ataman = Ottoman conquest of the Promised Land by Joshua is also attributed to the Apostle Jacob ................... 198
4.1. The Holy Apostle James and his burial in the famous Spanish Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela ............ 198
4.2. The Apostle Jacob, as a knight-commander, personally participates in the famous Battle of Clavijo with the “Muslims” ........ 201
4.3. The map of St. Jacob’s pilgrim paths is the military map of the routes of St. Jacob’s = Joshua’s Ataman conquest of the XV–XVI century ....... 203
4.4. Highly expressive map of the conquest of the Apostle Jacob in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela ............. 212
4.5. The banner of the Apostle Jacob, with the Russian slant St. Andrew’s cross from branched logs, as one of the symbols of the Ataman conquest of the Promised Land ................ 213
4.6. The stopped sun and the St. Andrew’s cross = the cross of Jacob on the banners of the Ottomans = Atamans as a symbol of Joshua ...... 213
4.7. Other traces of the Horde and Ataman = Ottoman symbols in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela ............. 220
5. The grave of Jesus, or Joshua, on the outskirts of Czar-Grad .......... 222
6. Distribution of the conquered lands by Joshua and Alexander the Great ...... 224
7. Precious stone of Joshua and precious stone of Alexander the Great ...... 225
8. Cannons in the army of Alexander the Great ............ 225
9. The relics of Joseph in the army of the God’s fighters = Israelites ......... 227
10. Partition of the land conquered by the Ottomans = Atamans in the XV century. What Russian documents tell about it .......... 227
11. Was Austrian Vienna one of the Horde-Ottoman capitals in the XVI century? ...... 230
11.1. Why the main Christian Cathedral of Vienna was crowned with the Ottoman = Ataman crescent ............ 230
11.2. The joy of release .......... 233
11.3. Ottoman minarets at the Christian cathedrals of Vienna ........ 235
12. Ottoman = Ataman crescent with a star over Europe and Asia of the XIV–XVI centuries .................. 237
12.1. The crescent with a star is the old symbol of the Czar-Grad ...... 237
12.2. The Virgin Mary with Christ is frequently pictured standing or sitting on the crescent ................. 238
12.3. People in Europe worshipped the crescent even without the Virgin Mary and Jesus on it .................. 241
12.4. Ottoman = Ataman crescent on the paintings of Hieronymus Bosch and Albrecht Dürer depicting the Passion of Christ ........ 242
12.5. Ottoman crescent with a star as the coat of arms of the German city of Halle ................ 244
12.6. Ottoman crescent with a star over the mediaeval German city of Cologne ................. 244
12.7. Ottoman crescent over the old town halls of Western European cities— Stockholm and Nuremberg ............ 247
12.8. Order of St. Michael and Order of the Crescent .......... 248
12.9. The Virgin Mary, with the Ottoman crescent on her head, imprinted on the famous cross of Emperor Lothair .......... 248
12.10. Ataman crescent as a symbol of Japanese samurai ........ 248
12.11. Ottoman = Ataman crescent with a star in the “ancient” world ........ 251
13. Why and how in the era of Reformation the Ottoman crescent was altered in Western Europe and its original sense hidden ............. 251
13.1. The rooster on the hairpins of European cathedrals as one of the variants of the Ottoman crescent image ............ 251
13.2. Crescents as half-wheels on some German coats of arms ....... 252
14. Gift of Alexander the Great = Joshua to the slavs at the partition of Europe after the Ottoman = Ataman conquest of the XV century .......... 253
15. How mediaeval authors imagined the story of Alexander the Great in relation to the history of the Slavs ............... 257
16. Ottoman = Ataman crescent and Russian-Horde tamga on Western European mediaeval weapons ................. 259
17. Jubilee pipes in the army of Moses and mediaeval Christian jubilees. The “New Era,” establishing the Christmas on “year zero,” was introduced circa 1582, that is, during the Gregorian Reform .............. 260
 
Chapter 6
The History of Russia-Horde of the XIV–XVI centuries in the last chapters of the Books of Kings

 
1. Assyria and Russia ................ 266
1.1. Assyria-Russia on the pages of the Bible ............. 266
1.2. Biblical Babylon is the White Horde or the Volga Horde. And after the Ottoman conquest, Babylon is probably Czar-Grad ...... 268
1.3. Nineveh, the great city = Novgorod the Great ............ 268
1.4. Biblical Syrian Damascus = Russian Moscow .......... 270
2. The Assyrian-Babylonian Czar Nebuchadnezzar is the Russian Czar Ivan the Terrible .................. 271
2.1. Ivan III Vasilyevich the Terrible and Ivan IV Vasilyevich the Terrible as two partial duplicates in Russian history ........... 271
2.2. Kazan as Czar-Grad, and Czar-Grad as Kazan .......... 274
2.3. The mad Nebuchadnezzar and Vasily the Blessed as one of the periods of the reign of Ivan IV the Terrible ............ 275
2.4. In the mediaeval Russian texts, Czar-Grad = Constantinople was sometimes called Jerusalem ................. 277
2.5. The capture of Czar-Grad in 1453, in the epoch of Ivan III the Terrible, is the capture of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar ........... 277
2.6. The Massacre of Novgorod = Yaroslavl in the epoch of Ivan IV the Terrible is the capture of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar ........... 278
2.7. Jerusalem was a placeholder name applied to different cities ........ 278
2.8. The Babylonian captivity and resettlement of the epoch of the XV–XVI centuries ............... 279
 
Chapter 7
Russian history of the late XVI century and the early XVII century on the pages of the Book of Esther

 
1. Late origin of the Book of Esther .......... 281
2. The Persian king Artaxerxes and his capital Suza ........ 281
3. The quarrel between Artaxerxes and Queen Vashti .......... 284
4. Choosing the bride for a Persian king ............. 286
5. The new wife of the King Artaxerxes, the foreigner Esther ........ 287
6. The heresy of the Judaizers of the late XV (in fact, XVI) century in Russia and the turmoil it produced in the Moscow state ............. 289
7. Haman, the chief ruler under King Artaxerxes and the enemy of Mordecai and the Judiazers. The edict of Haman and Artaxerxes ............ 291
8. Delivery of the Jews from punishment thanks to Esther and the death of Haman .. 292
9. The Jews crash their opponents in Russia-Horde and in honor of this establish the Purim holiday .................. 294
10. In what year was the biblical holiday of Purim established ........... 297
11. The International Women’s Day of March 8 as a holiday in honor of Esther ....... 298
12. The theme of Esther in European art of the XVII–XIX centuries ........ 299
13. The transformation in the XVI century of Moscow into the capital of Russia is connected with the events described in the Book of Esther .......... 302
14. The victory of the Jews. Mordecai becomes co-ruler of Artaxerxes ....... 303
15. The king Artaxerxes was also called by the names Asver, Assuer, and Ahasuerus .... 303
16. The end of the Book of Esther ............. 304
17. Why Ivan III had to call foreigners to build the Moscow Kremlin cathedrals .... 304
18. The appearance of the Russian Bible in the epoch of the heresy of the Judizers. Who wrote it? .................. 305
19. What the bibilical Book of Esther passed over in silence .......... 306
20. Russian history of the late XVI century in the biblical Book of Esther ..... 307
20.1. Esther in the epoch of Vasily III in the XVI century and Elena Glinskaya ..... 307
20.2. The “revival” of the heresy of the Judizers in the XVI century and the Reformation ................. 308
20.3. The second appearance of the complete Slavic Bible at the end of the XVI century .............. 309
20.4. The repentance of Ivan IV at the end of the oprichnina and the repentance of Ivan III ................ 312
20.5. Esther and Ivan IV the Terrible in the XVI century ........... 313
21. The end of the oprichnina and the defeat of the Zakharyins in the XVI century. Why did the Romanovs distort the Russian history in the XVII century ...... 314
22. King Artaxerxes and Prince Yuri Dolgoruky .......... 315
23. Transfer of the capital of Russia-Horde to Moscow in the mid-XVI century ....... 316
24. Continuation of the story of Esther in the XVII century. The Great Strife in the Great = “Mongolian” Empire ............. 316
25. Stepan Razin on the pages of the Bible. The defeat of the Russia-Horde ........ 318
26. The original of Esther in the Russian history of the XVI century and a series of her earlier duplicates ................. 319
27. Traces of Esther in Russian history of the early XVII century ........ 323
28. The story of Esther = Elena of Wallachia as described by the “antique” Plutarch .............. 323
 
Chapter 8
Russian history of the late XVI century on the pages of the Book of Judith

 
1. Summary of the Book of Judith ............ 327
2. The war of the Assyrian king Nebuchadnezzar with king Arphaxad is the capture of Kazan by Ivan the Terrible ............... 327
3. The attempt of the Western kings to separate from Nebuchadnezzar is the Reformation in Western Europe ............ 328
4. Preparation of the vindictive campaign of the Nebuchadnezzar is the preparation of the Livonian campaign by Ivan the Terrible ............ 329
5. Panic in western countries at the news of the beginning of the Assyrian = Horde-Russian punitive campaign ............ 330
6. The Assyrian invasion of Bethulia is the second Russian invasion of Lithuania, i.e., Western Europe, in the XVI century ............. 331
7. The Assyrian, that is, Russian warlord Holofernes dies at the hand of the woman Judith .................. 331
8. Other traces of biblical Holofernes in the Russian-Lithuanian War of the XVI century ................... 333
8.1. The death of Maluta Skuratov in Lithuania ............. 333
8.2. Olferiev, the substitute for Maluta Skuratov ........... 333
9. The defeat of Assyria = Russia-Horde in the late XVI century ...... 333
10. “Esther” is a look from inside, and “Judith” is a look from outside at the same events in the “Mongolian” Empire of the late XVI century ........ 335
11. The Biblical traitor Achior is Prince Kurbsky ............ 335
11.1. Biblical story of Achior at the siege of Bethulia ......... 335
11.2. The flight of Prince Andrey Kurbsky to Lithuania ........ 336
11.3. The monologue of the biblical Achior is actually the famous letter of Prince Kurbsky to Ivan the Terrible .......... 337
11.4. The answer of Ivan the Terrible to the traitor Andrey Kurbsky is the answer of the Assyrian Holofernes to the traitor Achior ......... 338
12. The books of Judith and Esther reflect, in particular, the joy of liberation of Western Europe from the “Mongol Yoke” ........... 338
13. Reflection of the story of Esther, i.e. of the Russian history of the XVI century, in the Old Testament Book of Judges ............ 340
 
Chapter 9
The era of Reformation of the XVI–XVII century as the release of Western Europe from under the power of the Great = “Mongolian” Empire
 
1. The true meaning of “Reformation.” Who did Western European Reformers really fight against? ............... 343
2. Western European Emperor Charles V is the Assiro-Babylonian Nebuchadnezzar, or Ivan IV the Terrible ................ 346
3. Who were the Habsburgs before Charles V ............. 347
4. The story of Renouncement by the “Fifth King” of his titles and his retirement to monastery is similar to the story of St. Basil the Blessed ....... 349
5. Who was Frederick Barbarossa? ............... 349
6. The struggle of the Fifth King against the Reformation. The collapse of the Great = “Mongol” Empire. Europe breaks free from the “Scottish = Scythian yoke” ...... 352
7. The struggle of the Western European Reformation of the XVI–XVII centuries with the splinters of the Great = “Mongol” Empire. A bright example: the rout of the Cathars in France ............... 354
7.1. Who were the Cathars? ............. 354
7.2. When and from where came the Cathars to Western Europe ....... 356
7.3. What happened further to the Cathars = Scythians in Western Europe .... 361
7.4. Chronological riddles of the Cathar castles ............ 365
7.5. Count Simon de Monfort is described in the Bible as king Abimelech, and by “ancient” Plutarch as Pyrrhus .......... 368
7.6. A new look at the history of Catholic cathedrals of the south of France of the XIII–XVII centuries ............. 377
7.7. Cathar = Scythian crosses in the Gothic churches of France ......... 379
7.8. The Cathar = Scythian banner on the coats of arms of French and Spanish regions and cities, and on the maps of different countries ........ 382
7.9. Ottoman = Ataman crescent with a star in the seals of Raymond VII, Count of Toulouse .............. 384
7.10. Ottoman = Ataman crescent with a star on the medieval knight and city coats of arms of Western Europe .......... 384
7.11. Why the Cathars were accused of “worship of the Devil” ....... 386
7.12. Brief reconstruction of the history of Cathars ......... 390
8. Reformers rout some “Mongol” imperial temples in France ........ 391
9. “The joy of liberation” spread in some countries of Western Europe in the XVI–XVII century. Medieval propaganda against the Roman Church ........ 394
10. When and where originated the Indo-European languages .......... 397
11. Why in the XVI century the German nobility “went out of mind” ........ 400
12. Why the Russian coat of arms and the coat of arms of Habsburgs coincide ..... 403
13. What singularities appeared in some Catholic churches of Western Europe after the victory of the Reformation? ............. 403
14. Why did Napoleon in the war of 1812 march on Moscow instead of Petersburg ................. 403
 
Chapter 10
“Restoration” = construction of Jerusalem = Moscow after the Babylonyan captivity. Jerusalems: where and how many they were
 

1. The name Jerusalem was mobile and at different times attributed to different cities .................. 406
2. The foundation of Rome and the Vatican in the late XIV century as the establishment by the Greats = “Mongols” of a branch of Jerusalem in Italy ....... 406
3. Transformation of Moscow into the capital of Russia-Horde in the XVI century as the “restoration” of Jerusalem in Russia-Horde .......... 408
3.1. Moscow was built in the XVI century as a new Jerusalem ........ 408
3.2. The history of the “restoration” of Jerusalem, according to the Bible. Kings Artaxerxes, Cyrus, Darius ............... 410
3.3. The first restoration of Jerusalem in the seventh year of Artaxerxes. Restoration of Kazan in 1554 ............. 410
3.4. The Khazar Khaganate, one of the mysteries of mediaeval history ....... 412
4. The Book of Nehemiah. The second restoration/construction of Jerusalem in the twentieth year of Artaxerxes is the construction of Moscow in the XVI century ...... 415
4.1. The construction of Jerusalem under Nehemiah is the construction of the Moscow Kremlin in about 1567 ............. 415
4.2. The six fortress gates of the “restored” Jerusalem are the six old gates of the Moscow Kremlin .............. 418
4.3. The Sheep (or Herd) fortress gate of Jerusalem = the Spassky Gate of the Moscow Kremlin .............. 420
4.4. The Spassky Gate of the Moscow Kremlin was also called Jerusalem Gate ................. 420
4.5. The Fish Gate of Jerusalem fortress = the Timofeyevsky Gate of the Moscow Kremlin .............. 420
4.6. The Jerusalem Old Gate = the Nikolsky, or Old Nikolsky, Gate of the Moscow Kremlin .............. 423
4.7. The Dung (Dirty, Putrid) Gate of Jerusalem fortress = the Troitsky (Trinity) Gate of the Moscow Kremlin .......... 423
4.8. The Jerusalem fortress Valley (Dale) Gate = the Borovitsky Gate of the Moscow Kremlin .............. 424
4.9. The Jerusalem fortress Fountain Gate = the Taynitsky Gate of the Moscow Kremlin .............. 424
4.10. The distance between the Valley Gate and the Dirty Gate in Jerusalem. The size of the Sheep Gate ............... 425
4.11. Fortress towers of the “restored” Jerusalem = towers of the Moscow Kremlin .................. 428
4.11.1. Meah and Hananel Towers = Kremlin’s Nabatnaya (Tocsin) and Tsarskaya (Czar’s) Towers ............. 428
4.11.2. The Tower of the Ovens = the Arsenal Tower of the Kremlin .... 429
4.12. The Dragon Source opposite the Valley Gate in Jerusalem is the Chertoryk River opposite the Borovitsky Gate of the Kremlin ....... 430
4.13. The King’s Garden and the City of David inside the Jerusalem walls = the Czar’s poolside garden and the Czar’s Palace in the Kremlin ........ 431
4.14. Semiramis Gardens in Babylon ............ 435
4.15. The name Babylon in old Moscow .............. 435
4.16. “Wall of leather trade” inside the Jerusalem fortress = the Furriery Chamber of the state treasury in the Kremlin ......... 437
4.17. The tombs of David inside the Jerusalem wall are the Czars’ tombs in the Kremlin’s Cathedral of the Archangel .......... 437
4.18. The “House of the Heroes” and the Fish Gate inside the Jerusalem wall are the House of the Brave, the Armory, and the Timofeyevsky = Fish Gate in the Moscow Kremlin ............ 439
4.19. The armory at the corner of the Jerusalem fortress is the Arsenal at the corner of the Kremlin, close to the Corner Tower ......... 439
4.20. The “House of the High Priest” inside the Jerusalem fortress is the Assumption Cathedral in the Kremlin ........... 441
4.21. The King’s House and the “high pillar” near it inside the Jerusalem fortress are the Czar’s Palace and the Ivan the Great Bell Tower in the Kremlin .................. 441
4.22. The Horse Gate inside the Jerusalem fortress are the state Argamak (Akhal-Teke) stables in the Borovitsky corner of the Kremlin ........ 444
4.23. A full tour along the Jerusalem wall is a full tour along the wall of the Moscow Kremlin ............... 445
4.24. The Inspection Gate of Jerusalem is the Judicial Prikaz of the Moscow Kremlin, opposite the Troitsky (Trinity) Gate ......... 446
4.25. New unexpected method of dating old Bibles ......... 447
5. When was Moscow built? The foundation of Moscow under Yuri Dolgoruky is the construction of the Kremlin by Ivan IV the Terrible in 1567 ....... 448
6. Moscow was built as Jerusalem .............. 453
6.1. The builders of the Moscow Kremlin in the XVI century partially imitated the Kazan or Czar-Grad Kremlin ............. 453
6.2. Strange plans of Moscow in the engravings accompanying the book of Sigismund von Herberstein of the XVI century ........... 454
6.3. Czar-Grad = the gospel Jerusalem as the main symbolic model at the construction of Moscow ............ 456
6.4. Symbolic reproduction of the “Heavenly Jerusalem” at the construction of Moscow in the XVI century ............. 458
6.5. The biblical Book of Nehemiah describes not just the construction of the ideal Jerusalem but the Moscow Kremlin ......... 461
6.6. Moscow as Jerusalem on the cover of the Bible of Czar Alexey Mikhailovich Romanov .............. 463
7. Does the Bible speak about Kuzma Minin and Dmitry Pozharsky? ...... 464
8. The era of the XVI–XVII centuries as the time of the creation of the theory of the origin of peoples from the biblical forefathers ............. 468
9. Why the new Russian capital, built in the XVI century, is called Moscow ...... 471
10. Transformation not earlier of the XVII–XVIII centuries of the village Al-Quds in Palestine into a “restored” Jerusalem ............. 471
11. New Jerusalem of Patriarch Nikon near Moscow ............ 476
12. The defeat of Turkey-Atamania ..........
13. History of acquaintance of Europeans with the “holy places” of modern Palestine ................... 477
14. What do the pilgrims visiting today Jerusalem in modern Palestine discover .................. 478

Chapter 11
Who and when created the Bible?

 
1. Reconstruction of the history of the creation of the modern Bible. Who, where, and when wrote the Pentateuch ........... 479
2. Translation of the Bible from Hebrew to Syrian and Greek languages ...... 484
3. The Bible history in Western Europe ............. 486
4. Mixed languages and Babylonian cooperation ............ 490
5. Old explanation of the name “Russia” as “dispersion” reflexes the Great = “Mongolian” conquest ................. 491
6. Possible origin of the name of Moscow from the words “mix,” “mixing” ....... 492
 
Chapter 12
Biblical King Solomon is Suleiman, and ancient Istanbul is Jerusalem

 
1. What the Bible tells about King Solomon ........... 493
2. Who appointed Solomon King of Jerusalem .......... 493
3. Seal of Solomon ................ 494
4. When Solomon lived? Biblical Solomon = Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent ..... 495
5. When was the famous temple of Saint Sophia built in Istanbul? ....... 496
6. Why the XV century artist’s depiction of the siege of the Czar-Grad by the Turks is considered “wrong” .............. 498
6.1. Temple of Hagia Sophia in the miniature of the XV century ........ 498
6.2. The Kazan dragon on the banner of the Ottomans = Atamans in the picture of the XV century ................ 500
6.3. Saint George on the black banner of the Ottomans = Atamans besieging Czar-Grad .................. 501
6.4. Boats on wheels. Russian Prince Oleg and Ottoman = Ataman Mehmed II .... 502
7. The Grand Temple of St. Sophia in Czar-Grad is the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem ..... 503
7.1. The Grand Temple of Sophia, the Little Temple of Sophia, and the Temple of Irina ................ 503
7.2. Why are there no traces of sinking in the ground of St. Sophia ........ 504
7.3. The Grand Sophia as the first Ottomans = Atamans’ experience of cyclopic construction ................ 505
7.4. The legend of precious stones ............. 507
7.5. Why does the Sinodal translation of the Bible rename the altar to “davir,” and “kyot” to “ark”? .............. 508
7.6. Why does the Sinodal translation of the Bible hide that the Temple of Solomon was built of bricks? .............. 508
7.7. Scaffolding around the Temple of Solomon ........... 509
7.8. Who worked on the construction of the Temple of Solomon—stonecutters or woodcutters? ................. 509
7.9. Why the sultans of the XV–XVII centuries prayed in the temple of Sophia among golden mosaics and icons ............. 511
7.10. Who of the Ottoman = Ataman sultans decorated the Grand Sophia, and with what exactly ................. 512
7.11. Why the Grand Sophia began to be used as a burial vault only in the early XVI century .............. 513
7.12. Suleiman the Great’s wife—Russian Roxelana. The wife of king Solomon is the daughter of the Egyptian Pharaoh .......... 515
7.13. Vague memories that Sultan Suleiman in the XVI century actually built a Christian temple ............... 516
7.14. Why did they break and replace the inscriptions on the vaults of the Grand Sophia? .................. 518
8. The Church of Saint Irene and the oldest plan of Czar-Grad .......... 518
9. The dimensions of the biblical Temple of Solomon compared to the dimensions
of the Little Sophia and Grand Sophia in Czar-Grad .......... 521
10. Minarets in front of the biblical Temple of Solomon, and minarets in front of St. Sophia ................... 527
11. The mysterious “many waters in the middle of the David’s Pillar” in Jerusalem are giant underground reservoirs of mediaeval Istanbul ........... 528
12. “The sea on twelve oxen” of the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem = the Istanbul water storage cisterns ................ 529
13. On an ancient accident in Jerusalem water tanks during a snowy winter ..... 530
14. The Topkapi Palace in Istanbul on the site of the former Palace of Blachernae .... 531
15. The Mosque-Church of Mehmed II Conqueror in Istanbul .......... 533
16. Peculiarities of the Egyptian obelisk of Thutmose-Theodosius in Istanbul ...... 534
17. Burnt Column of Constantine in Istanbul ............. 535
18. Suleiman the Magnificent and biblical Solomon—poets, singers of love ....... 536
 
Annexes
1. Ancient images where the Magus Melchior is a woman ......... 539
2. The composition of the Old and New Testaments, according to the Slavic “Kormchaia” Book of 1620 ............... 559
3. The last prophecy of Daniel ................. 560
4. Church-Slavonic quotations, mostly from the Ostrog Bible of 1581 ........ 564
5. The Easter tables and the tables of the dates of the first astronomical spring full moons, as per the Gauss formulas.—By G. V. Nosovskiy ........ 585
6. Phoenician writing in the Muslim world. Decoding of the inscriprion on the trophy Ottoman banner kept in the Vienna Museum ........... 644
 
Bibliography ................. 649    
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History:Fiction or Science? Chronology vol.7 
Anatoly T.Fomenko


History: fiction or science? A. T. Fomenko, G.V.NosovskiyIt is published with the permission of the publisher history.mithec.com Contents

About the Authors

Overview of the seven volumes

From the Publishers

Also by Analoly T. Fomenko

Also by Gleb V. Nosovskiy

Preface by Igor Kurinnoy, Ph.D.

Chapter 13 Jesus Christ was crucified on the outskirts of Czar-Grad

1. Mount Golgotha of the Gospels Jerusalem is Mount Beykoz in Istanbul ...... 3

2. New Jerusalem near Moscow was built in the XVII century, reproducing, in particular, the “tomb of Jesus” on the Mount Beykoz ....... 11

 

Chapter 14 Conquest of America in the XV century by the armies of Russia-Horde and Ottomania = Atamania. The ordinary Bible and the Bible of Mormons. Christopher Columbus as biblical Patriarch Noah

1. Our reconstruction and introductory remarks ...... 15

2. Biblical “Flood” as the death of former humanity. Expectation for the “end of the world” in the late XV century ...... 21

3. The Bible of Mormons ......23

4. Under the leadership of the great leader Nephi, his people went to the conquest of the Promised Land ...... 25

5. A compass was used in the conquest of the Promised Land ...... 25

6. Apart from the compass, Nephi-Noah had a globe ........ 27

7. The biblical warriors of Nephi-Noah were armed with steel crossbows ......... 28

8. Regular Bible: Noah built an Ark for sailing. Mormon Bible: Nephi built a ship to sail across the ocean .........31

9. Regular Bible: Noah’s sailing in the great waters. Mormon Bible: Nephi’s sailing across the great ocean .......32 10. The Book of Ether on the sailing through the ocean and the settlement of America by the troops of the Horde ........ 33

10.1. Jared and Jared’s brother .......33

10.2. The exodus of Jared-the Horde from Babylon and the dispersion of peoples ...... 34

10.3. Journey of Jared-the Horde through the “desert.” Dezeret bees, stinging snakes, and the brass snake of Moses. Muskets and cannons ...... 34

10.4. Jared-the Horde builds ships to cross the ocean ...... 35

10.5. Jared-the Horde set forth into the ocean onboard the ships “like the Ark of Noah” .......35

10.6. The arrival of Jared-the Horde in the promised land ...... 36

11. Opinion of the Mormon Bible commentators on the voyage of Nephi-Noah ...... 38

12. Christopher Columbus, or the crusader Colón .......... 38

12.1. What was the name of Christopher Columbus? ...... 38

12.2. Where and when was Columbus born? When and where he died? Where is he buried? ......40

12.3. Have the genuine Columbus voyage journals survived? ...... 40

12.4. The voyage of Nephi-Noah as the exodus of one of the tribes of Israel. This is the exodus of the Jews from Spain at the time of the Crusader (Christ-bearer) Colón ...... 40

12.5. A compass in the hands of Nephi-Noah and of the Crusader (Christbearer) Columbus .........41

12.6. Fair wind for the ships of Jared the Horde and fair wind for the ships of the Crusader (Christ-bearer) Columbus ...... 42

12.7. Mutiny on the ship of Nephi-Noah is the mutiny on the ship of Crusader Columbus ........42

12.8. The “Grand Khan” issue in the story of Crusader Columbus’s voyage ....... 42

13. What did the genuine maps of the first half of the XVI century look like ......... 45

14. What the two-headed eagle means on the mediaeval world maps ...... 47

15. The name of the biblical Noah-Columbus is written on the star maps, and the Bible directly mentions Columbus ....... 48

16. “Most ancient” Babylonian and Sumerian documents call biblical Noah Christopher and “Jesus of the Horde,” pointing to Christopher Columbus of the XV century ...... 50

17. What mountain Ararat did the Ark of biblical Noah land on? ...... 55

18. A Bulgar chronicle of 1680 about the conquest of America and of the whole mediaeval world by the Bulgars ......57

19. The Mayan sacred book “Popol Vuh” turns out to be a version of the Bible and refers to the XIV–XVI century events ...... 60

19.1. A brief history of the book Popol Vuh ........ 60

19.2. What means the title of the book Popol Vuh ...... 61

19.3. What means “Quiché Maya” ...... 63

19.4. How the book Popol Vuh, i.e., “the Old Bible,” begins ...... 63

19.5. Where did the Quiché Maya people come from to America ........ 64

19.6. According to the Popol Vuh, Gur-Khan, i.e., Genghis Khan, took part in the biblical creation of the world ...... 65

19.7. The flood as described in the Popol Vuh, and the appearance of the seafarer Columbus in the place of the biblical patriarch Noah ...... 66

19.8. The re-narration of the Popol Vuh story of the creation of the world by two progenitors—the Spanish Gog and the Great Khan of Moscow ...... 67

19.9. The creation of the world and of the first four people, including Columbus .......67

19.10. The White = Babylonian Horde headed by Columbus arrives in America and populates it .......69

19.11. The American deputation travels back through the ocean to the Catholic Czar to get his authorization to rule over the land of Maya ........ 70

19.12. At the late XVII—early XVIII century, some chroniclers thought that the royal history of Quiché Maya began in 1054 A.D. ....... 71

19.13. Gospel motifs in the Popol Vuh: Nativity of Christ, the Star of Bethlehem, the veneration of the Three Wise Men ...... 72

19.14. Traces of the Horde names remaining in America after its colonization by the Horde ......72

20. “Ancient” Maya in America wore the Cossack chalmas ...... 74

21. Why historians declared “wild” the theories of some scientists about the history of population of America ........75

22. Close relations between “ancient” America and “ancient” Eurasia did not begin in antiquity, but only in the XIV–XV century ...... 77

23. The mysterious center from which the waves of world migration spread ...... 80

24. Do we have today a correct idea of the history of the Spanish conquest of America in the XVI century? ...... 81

25. The meaning of the words “Conquista” and “reconquista” from the point of view of the new chronology ......85

26. The Christian empire of the American Incas ........ 87

27. Large Scythian burial mounds scattered across Eurasia and all North America ...... 89

27.1. The kurgans (mounds) all through the “Mongol” = Great Empire ...... 89

27.2. Scythian burial mounds in America ...... 90

28. Unique drawings. Castañeda, Waldek, Catherwood: traveler testimonies of the early XIX century enlighten us on the history of America of the XIV–XVII centuries ...... 101

29. What did the names of some American peoples initially mean? .......... 108

29.1. The Aztecs (Ostyaks?) ...... 108

29.2. The Caribs (Khrabriye?) ...... 108

29.3. The Escimo, or Inuit, or Ainu ...... 109

29.4. The Muscogee ...... 109

29.5. The Cherokee ...... 110

29.6. The Iroquois ...... 110

29.7. The Pueblo ...... 111

29.8. The distant great king of the American Indians ...... 111

29.9. The defeat of the Indians ...... 111

30. Interesting names on the map of America (allegedly) of 1596 ...... 113

31. The grandiose division of the world between Castile and Portugal in the XV–XVI

century. What countries bore at that time the names Castile and Portugal ...... 115

Chapter 15 When did Ptolemy’s Geography appear in its modern form ...... 122

Chapter 16 Charlemagne, alias Jesus Navin, and the “Mongolian” conquest of Europe. Aachen Royal Cathedral

1. Charlemagne and the “Mongol” conquest ...... 133

2. Aachen Dome, i.e., the Khan’s House ...... 135

2.1. Restorations ...... 135

2.2. Huge chandelier of Barbarossa in the Khan’s House ...... 136
3. The strange story of the discovery of the remains of Charlemagne = the “Mongol” King ...... 137

4. Who was buried in the golden sarcophagus of the “Mongol” King? ...... 138

5. Golden sarcophagus of the Virgin Mary in the Khan’s House ...... 142

6. Who is depicted on Lothar’s cross? ......... 145

Chapter 17 The Bible and Bulgarian history

1. The nominalia of the mediaeval Bulgarian Khans ...... 146

2. Mediaeval Bulgarian rulers were called Khans or Grand Princes ...... 147

3. The use of the Chinese calendar in the nominalia of the Bulgarian Khans ...... 148

4. The complete nominalia of Bulgarian Khans, Grand Princes, and Kings.

Duplicates in the Scaligerian version of Bulgarian history ........ 148

5. General look at the history of Bulgaria from the point of view of the new chronology .......152

6. On the meaning of the words “Ottoman” = Ataman and “Turk” ......155

Chapter 18 Miscellaneous

1. The Ostrog Bible is the Permian Bible, i.e., Austrian, i.e., East Imperial “Mongol” Bible ...... 157

2. When was the Slavic Skaryna’s Bible published ...... 158

3. The Bible in ancient China ........161

4. Why the Tigris and the Euphrates, according to some “antique” authors, flow into the Black Sea .........162

5. American plants and fruits on the frescoes of the “antique” Pompeii ...... 163

6. The mediaeval date of the 7th Ecumenical Council differs by 500 years from its Scaligerian date ......163

7. The “antique” Aristotle, teacher of Alexander the Great, and Aristotele Fioravanti in Moscow of the XV century ......163

8. Archaeological Museum of Istanbul ...... 164

8.1. The “antique” world and “antique” culture perished in the late XV century ...... 164

8.2. A tombstone of the alleged VIII century B.C. with Christian crosses ...... 165

8.3. The Novgorodian icon “Our Lady of the Sign” on archaeological monuments of Istanbul .......165

9. Possible origin of the names Ioann and Solomon ....... 166

10. On the origins of the words “kostel” = temple and “kastel” = castle ...... 167

11. On gypsies ...... 168

12. A lion of the Russian city of Vladimir on the coats of arms in Europe and America ...... 169

13. The famous mediaeval script invented by Stephen of Perm was the Latin script ...... 170

14. The list of Permian peoples and the St. Stephen’s staff ....... 178

15. Jerome Horsey or Yeremey Ulyanov? ...... 179

16. In the XIV–XVI centuries, Western Europe obsequiously looked up at the distant and powerful Czar-Khan ...... 181

16.1. What differs our reconstruction of the history of the XIV–XVI centuries from the Scaligerian version ...... 181

16.2. How Jerome Horsey depicted the political geography of Europe in the XVI century ...... 183

16.3. Where the Slavic language was spoken in the XVI century ...... 183

16.4. How Western Europeans called Czar-Khan ...... 183

17. What was written on the bell that stands in front of the Arkhangel Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin? ...... 184

18. What title of Czar Ivan Vasilievich was erased from his letter? ...... 187

19. “Ancient” Greek Paris and Helen and Russian Boris and Gleb ...... 188

20. Why the commentators declare “mythical” the city of Jerusalem as painted by Vittore Carpaccio .......189

21. What are the famous “seven wonders of the world,” and where they were located ...... 190

21.1. Egyptian pyramids .......190

21.2. Hanging Gardens of Babylon ........ 190

21.3. Temple of Artemis at Ephesus ...... 192

21.4. Statue of Zeus at Olympia ....... 193

21.5. Mausoleum at Halicarnassus ...... 194

21.6. Colossus of Rhodes ...... 196

21.7. Lighthouse of Alexandria ...... 197

22. Could Dante Alighieri, allegedly of the XIII–XIV century, read the King James Bible first published in the XVII century? ...... 197

23. Some old pictures depict Moses of the Old Testament worshipping Jesus Christ of the New Testament .........197

24. The evangelical Pool of Bethesda was and still is in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria ...... 200

25. What the word “Hadji” means .........203

26. The mysterious Bochim in the Book of Judges is Lacedaemon, i.e., Sparta ...... 205

 

Chapter 19 Calendar-astronomic dating of the Council of Nicaea and the Nativity of Christ —By G. V. Nosovskiy

Introduction .........207

1. Dating the Council of Nicaea ...... 208

1.1. The Council of Nicaea and Paschalia ...... 208

1.2. What is known today about the Council of Nicaea ...... 209

1.3. What is Paschalia? ...... 209

1.4. The calendar Easter cycles: circle to the Sun and circle to the Moon ...... 210

1.5. The old indiction method of counting years ...... 213

1.6. Table of lunar phases in Paschalia ...... 217

1.7. Church holidays included in the Paschalia ...... 218

1.8. The Scaligerian dating of the Council of Nicaea is contradictory to Paschalia ......... 218

1.9. The history of the creation of the Paschalia calendar and the related riddles ....... 219

1.10. The rules of Easter ........220

1.11. The fourth rule ........221

1.12. Rough calculation of the date of compilation of the Paschalia ...... 222

1.13. Dating the Paschalia by the essence of determining Easter ....... 222

1.14. Dating by Easter full Moons ...... 223

1.15. Dating by the “Damascene’s hand” ....... 225

1.16. Explicit dating by Matthew Blastares ...... 226

1.17. Summary of the datings of the Council of Nicaea .......... 226

1.18. “First and Second” Ecumenical Council. Canonization of Paschalia ...... 227

1.19. The Gregorian calendar reform ....... 228

1.20. Main conclusions ......231

2. Christmas and the beginning of “our era” ...... 231

2.1. History of the question ......231

2.2. Calendar “Resurrection conditions” ...... 232

2.3. Dating the Christ Resurrection by the full set of the “Resurrection conditions” .......233

2.4. Dating the Resurrection of Christ according to the reduced set of the “Resurrection conditions” ........ 234

2.5. Could Dionysius the Humble live in the VI century A.D? ....... 234

2.6. Discussion .........236

2.7. On the stability of the “calendar Resurrection conditions” ....... 237

2.8. On the origin of the “calendar Resurrection conditions” ....... 238

2.9. Why do calendar questions seem “dark” today? ......... 238

3. “The older the better” principle in the Scaligerian history ......... 239

3.1. The extreme dates of Scaligerian history ...... 239

3.2. The equinoxes of Matthew Blastares and the Scaligerian chronology ....... 241

4. Additions ..........245

4.1. Dating of Easter by the minimum root mean square (RMS) deviation of calendar and astronomic dates of Easter full Moons .......... 245

4.2. What date was appointed for the vernal equinox at the establishment of the Julian calendar by the Council of Nicaea ........ 245

4.3. Dating the Council of Nicaea by the “calendar position” of the equinox ...... 250

4.4. Where the Paschalia boundary of March 21 comes from ...... 250

4.5. “Ancient” Greek Meton lived in the era of the Council of Nicaea ........ 253

4.6. The “First Ecumenical Council of Victors” of 1343 ...... 257

Chapter 20 Underground Moscow of the XVI century is the “ancient” Egyptian Labyrinth described by “antique” Herodotus and Strabo

1. Underground Moscow of the XVI century ....... 259

1.1. Great construction of ground and underground Moscow in the XVI century .......259

1.2. Archaeological research of Ignatiy Stelletsky ....... 266

1.3. When did people recall about the underground Moscow and what was stored in some of its chambers? ...... 272

1.4. Underground Moscow is still waiting for its explorers ...... 275

2. “Ancient Egyptian” Labyrinth as described by Herodotus ...... 276

3. “Ancient Egyptian” Labyrinth as described by Strabo ...... 280

5. Later and rather poor imitations of the “ancient Egyptian” Labyrinth in other countries, e.g., on the Island of Crete ....... 282

5.1. Why is there no Labyrinth in modern African Egypt? Just its name on a later map .......282

5.2. “Labyrinth” on the island of Crete ........ 284

6. “Ancient” Greek legends about the Labyrinth, Minos, and the Minotaur, as reflections of dramatic events of the XVI–XVII century in Russia-Horde ...... 287

7. The construction of what “Tower of Babel” is described in the Bible? ...... 291

 

Chapter 21 The biblical Book of Daniel describes the dramatic events from the story of Esther in Russia-Horde of the second half of the XVI century

1. The biblical Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon, as presented in the Book of Daniel, is the Russian-Horde Czar-Khan Ivan IV the Terrible .......... 303

1.1. Synopsis of the Book of Daniel ...... 303

1.2. Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar is Ivan the Terrible, Russian-Horde Czar-Khan of the XVI century ...... 304

1.3. The sign that announced the death of Belshazzar, the king of Babylon, is the comet that appeared right before the death of Ivan IV the Terrible in 1584 ........306

1.4. The Jerusalem jewels of Nebuchadnezzar requested by Belshazzar for his feast are the sumptuous jewels of Ivan IV the Terrible that he showed to his

entourage before his death ....... 312

2. The struggle of the Babylonian priesthood against Daniel and his associates is the struggle of the Orthodox Church against the heresy of the Judaizers in Russia under Ivan IV the Terrible and his phantom reflections, Vasily III and Ivan III the Terrible ...... 313

2.1. The Book of Daniel on the “Story of Esther,” that is, on the spreading of heresy at the court of the Russian-Horde Khan in the XVI century .......... 313

2.2. The three Jews thrown in a blazing furnace are the three main heretics burned in a cage in Moscow in the epoch of the struggle against the heresy of the Judaizers ..........317

2.3. The favorable attitude of the Book of Daniel to Daniel and his Jewish companions contrasts with the negative position of the Orthodox Church to the heresy of the Judaizers in Russia ....... 323

3. What known personality of Russian history of the XVI century is described in the Bible under the name of Daniel? ...... 324

4. What lions, and why didn’t they touch Daniel? ...... 328

5. The Book of Daniel and the New Testament Apocalypse are written in a similar style characteristic of the general literary school of the XVI century ...... 330

6. The story of Esther of the XVI century and the story of Susanna in the Book of Daniel .........331

7. Staged church performances picturing the “burning of three youths” were introduced in Russia exactly in the XVI century ......... 336

8. Apocalyptic visions in the Book of Daniel ...... 338

 

Annexes

1. Ancient images where the Magus Melchior is a woman ...... 345

2. The composition of the Old and New Testaments, according to the Slavic “Kormchaia” Book of 1620 .......365

3. The last prophecy of Daniel ...... 366

4. Church-Slavonic quotations, mostly from the Ostrog Bible of 1581 ...... 370

5. The Easter tables and the tables of the dates of the first astronomical spring full moons, as per the Gauss formulas.—By G. V. Nosovskiy ...... 391

6. Phoenician writing in the Muslim world. Decoding of the inscriprion on the trophy Ottoman banner kept in the Vienna Museum ...... 450

7. Interesting fragments of old texts ...... 455

8. When lived Niccolò Machiavelli and what he really wrote in his Prince ...... 460

9. Travels of Sir Jerome Horsey .......464

10. Of the Russe Common Wealth.—The treatise by Dr. Giles Fletcher ...... 533

 

The complete bibliography to the seven volumes ...... 615

 

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Fomenko, Nosovskiy. Neue Bücher 6 und 7 in english 02 Mär 2023 20:08 #3

Super!

Das ist eine ganze Menge Lesestoff für alle, die Interesse an Geschichte haben,
oder schon erkannt haben, dass die offizielle Geschichtsversion nicht stimmen kann.

Bei der Lektüre von Fomenkos Werken entdeckt man ganz neue Aspekte der Geschichte,
auch wenn man Fomenkos Ansichten nicht immer teilt.

Es gibt sonst kaum Autoren, die der offiziellen Geschichtsversion eine so fundierte Alternativgeschichte entgegengestellt haben.

Auf jeden Fall regt sein umfangreiches Werk zum Weiterforschen an.
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