Frequency Distributions in Rulers’ Numerical Dynasties

This article contains an attempt to organize and simplify the information presented in part five of Chapter One of Volume Two of A. T. Fomenko’s ‘Empirico-Statistical Analysis of Narrative Material and its Applications to Historical Dating’. What follows is the table of contents for part five;

5.1 – Parallel rulers’ dynasties

5.2 – Statistical parallel between the Carolingians and the Third Roman Empire

5.3 – Statistical parallel between the Holy Roman Empire and the Third Roman Empire

5.4 – Statistical parallel between the Holy Roman Empire and the Empire of the House of Hapsburg

5.5 – Statistical parallel between the Holy Roman Empire and the Second Roman Empire

5.6 – Statistical Parallel between the Holy Roman Empire and the Kingdom of Judah

5.7 – Statistical parallel between Roman coronations of the Holy Roman emperors and the kingdom of Israel

5.8 – Statistical parallel between the First Roman pontificate and the Second roman pontificate

5.9 – Statistical parallel between the First Roman Empire (regal Rome) and the Third Roman Empire

5.10 – Statistical parallel between the Second Roman Empire and the Third Roman Empire

5.11 – Statistical parallel between the kingdom of Judah and the Eastern Roman Empire

5.12 – Statistical parallel between the kingdom of Israel and the Third Roman Empire

5.13 – Statistical parallel between the First Byzantine Empire and the Second Byzantine Empire

5.14 – Statistical parallel between the Second Byzantine Empire and the Third Byzantine Empire

5.15 – Statistical parallel between medieval Greece and ancient Greece

5.16 – Statistical duplicates of the Trojan war

5.17 – “Modern textbook of European history” and it decomposition into the sum of four short isomorphic chronicles

5.18 – Possible explanation of the three chronological shifts discovered in the Global Chronological Diagram

5.19 – Dionysius the Little

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Reference;

(1) – http://chronologia.org/en/kw2.pdf

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