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

Jet B: the Roman Empire in the 4-6th cc. A.D. Two graphs combined.

Figure 1.28: Parallel between the Holy Roman Empire in the 10-13th cc. A.D. and the Roman Empire in the 4-6th cc. A.D. Two graphs combined.

Jet A

Jet A

Jet A: the Second Roman Empire in the 1st c. B.C.-3rd c. A.D Jet B: the Third Roman Empire in the 3rd-6th cc. A.D.

Figure 1.29: Parallel between the Second Roman Empire in the 1st c. B.C.-3rd c. A.D, and the Third Roman Empire in the 3rd-6th cc. A.D. Two graphs combined. Approximately 333-year shift.

Jet A: the Second Roman Empire in the 1st c. B.C.-3rd c. A.D Jet B: the Third Roman Empire in the 3rd-6th cc. A.D.

Figure 1.29: Parallel between the Second Roman Empire in the 1st c. B.C.-3rd c. A.D, and the Third Roman Empire in the 3rd-6th cc. A.D. Two graphs combined. Approximately 333-year shift.

A.D., and in Figure 1.34 between the Holy Roman Empire in the 10th-13th centuries A.D. and the Hapsburg's Empire in the 13th-15th century A.D.

These parallels suggest that the traditional history of ancient times consist of multiple recounts of the same events scattered in many locations at various times. The first scientist who realized it was N.A. Morozov (see [4]). A.T. Fomenko found several new parallels, some of them between more than two dynasties, and was able to decipher the principle structure of these duplicates in European and Biblical history (see [98]). He discover that the existence of duplicates of dynasty functions resulted from three main historical shifts, which can be seen as historical repetitions. On Figure 1.35, we show a graphical representation of the duplicates and the main historical shifts (discovered by A.T. Fomenko) that are related to the Roman and European history. On the graph the chronological blocks annotated by the same letters (what we also emphasized by adding colors) represent duplicates in the conventional chronology. The main shifts are denoted by the symbols S3, S2 and Si..

The work of Fomenko and his collaborators proves that the statistical analysis can be successfully applied to analyze the numerical data contained in historical documents. A.T. Fomenko and G.V.

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