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Figure 1.31: Parallel between the Carolingians in the 7-9th cc. A.D. (Charles' Empire) and the Third Roman Empire in the 3-6th cc. A.D. (basically in the East). Two graphs combined. Rigid 360 year shift.

Jet A: the Eastern Roman Empire in 306-700 A.D.

Jet B: the biblical Kingdom of Judah in them 10-6th cc. B.C.

Jet A: the Eastern Roman Empire in 306-700 A.D.

Jet B: the biblical Kingdom of Judah in them 10-6th cc. B.C.

Figure 1.32: Parallel between the Eastern Roman Empire in 306-700 A.D. and the biblical Kingdom of Judah in the 10-6th cc. B.C. Two graphs combined.

Figure 1.32: Parallel between the Eastern Roman Empire in 306-700 A.D. and the biblical Kingdom of Judah in the 10-6th cc. B.C. Two graphs combined.

Figure 1.33: Parallel between the Holy Roman Empire in the 10-13th cc. A.D. and the Third Roman Empire in the 4-6th cc. A.D. The 720-year rigid shift.

The Holy Roman Empire in the 10-13th cc.

The Holy Roman Empire in the 10-13th cc.

Figure 1.34: Parallel between the Holy Roman Empire in the 10-13th cc. A.D. and the Hapsburg Empire in the 13th cc. A.D. The 362-year rigid shift.

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-1700 -100 100 1700

Nosovskiy also developed several other statistical criteria for distinguishing or recognizing identical sequences of historical events. We should mention for example the method of detecting chronological shifts based on the names distribution in chronicles and the method of relation matrices used to recognize duplicates and decompose chronicles into its source fragments (see [98]).

Chapter 2

Ancient Egyptian Zodiacs

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