Age to allow dating
The present book occupies a unique place among our publications on the New Chronology. Many people tell us: "You criticized the currently accepted version of chronology and the version of the history based on it. This would in fact lead to an actual repetition of everything said before.You suggested your dating methods and pointed out many duplicates (repetitions), considerably 'shortening' the written history of mankind. But then an important question arises: What happened in reality? That is why we are presenting just a summary of the reconstruction.Could you write a 'concise guide' on your new chronology and the new version of history"? To see the evidence please refer to our previous main books, of which there are 24. seven volume 'Chronology' followed by the 17 books of the 'second wave' which are sometimes called the 'Golden Series' (due to its golden cover), i.e. The important materials are also sited on our official website We fragmentarily outlined our reconstruction several times. Many things said in this book are still a hypothesis.Now, when a vast amount of material has accumulated, there arrived a moment to put together the main findings and to reconstruct the actual past. Here we usually leave out the references to the primary sources. We do not claim to be extremely precise in the suggested dating.In [1v] and [2v] we showed that the archaeological and physical methods of dating which exist today, including the famous radiocarbon method, are unfortunately poorly suited for the dating of artefacts 1-2 thousand years old. A great deal of work will be required to refine the new chronology and some hypothesis.These methods produce errors comparable to the age of the samples. The main research on the New Chronology was carried out by A. That is why we still reconstruct history just 'by the centuries', i.e.
We do not substantiate our point of view in this book.Such proof – as we state with full authority – was never there and is still absent.Therefore the history of antiquity should be re-written.We are compelled to take this difficult task upon ourselves.
The New Chronology started from the creation of the new mathematical, statistical and astronomical methods of dating the events described in the old sources. Then, based on the new Chronology, we generally outlined the reconstruction of history up to the XVIII century inclusively. They started asking us: so what IN REALITY did the famous 'classical' authors – Herodotus, Thucydides, Titus Livius, Homer and the others tell us about?Based on these methods we reconstructed the correct chronology of antiquity. Here it would be appropriate to recall the name of one of the books by A. When answering the question we analysed practically all major 'classical' and mediaeval sources which form the foundation of the Scaligerian history of the antiquity, the building of which, as we found out, was rather late – in the XVII-XVIII cc.In particular we thoroughly researched the following texts: the Bible (both the Old and the New Testaments), Talmud, Torah, the New and the Old Testaments 'Apocrypha', Koran, the Book of Mormon, Popol Vuh (the Sacred Book of the American K'iche Mayan people, Herodotus, Titus Livius, Claudius Ptolemy, Homer, Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, Publius Cornelius Tacitus, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Plutarch, Thucydides, Xenophon, Plato, Aristophanes, Ovid, Polybius, Pausanias, Virgil, Seneca, Strabo, Diodorus Siculus, Ammianus Marcellinus, Josephus Flavius, The Aggadah (Aramaic tales), Appian of Alexandria, Apollodorus, Eutropius, Sextus Aurelius Victor, Aelius Spartianus, Iulius Capitolinus, Aelius Lampridius, Paulus Orosius, John Malalas, Marco Polo, Giovanni da Pian del Carpine, the Epic of 'ancient' India 'Mahabharata', the Epic of the 'ancient' Persia 'Shahnameh' (Ferdowsi), the 'ancient' Germanic heroic verse, the 'ancient' Old Norse Edda 'Elder Edda', Geoffrey of Monmouth, Nennius, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Raphael Holinshed, Saxo Grammaticus, The Legend of King Arthur, The Legends of Alexander the Great, The Legend of Troy, the old French Legends, some important Muslim sources, going further Niketas Choniates, Anna Komnene, Procopius of Caesarea (and some other Byzantine authors), Geoffrey of Villehardouin, Robert de Clari, 'The Primary Chronicle' (or 'Tale of Bygone Years') and the other major Russian chronicles (including the Siberian chronicles), the Russian epic multivolume 'The Illustrated Chronicle of Ivan the Terrible'(Litsevoy Svod) (not long ago finally published by the Moscow publishing house Akteon), Mavro Orbini, Philostratus (Life of Apollonius of Tyana), Iamblichus Chalcidensis, Diogenes Laertius, Porphyry of Tyre, Bartolomé de las Casas, Bernal Díaz del Castillo, the works by some of the Church Fathers, the old chronological works and tables (Joseph Juste Scaliger, Dionysius Petavius, Matthew Blastares and many other) …We shall stop this listing and refer our readers to our books.