Jet from Third Roman Empire in 3rd-6th centuries AD

Fomenko’s list of these rulers can be found in [1] and in [2]. The reported lengths of their rules are in parenthesis. The list names the names from [1] first followed by any differences found in [2] after the slash.

Point #17 in [1] marks the years from 367-375 as (11) when in reality they equal (8). Point #16b in [2] makes the same error.

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1 – Lucius Aurelius 270-275 (5) / Aurelian (Lucius Domitian Aurelian)

2 – Confusion 275-276 (1) / Strife

3 – Probus 276-282 (6) / Probus (Marcus Aurelius Probus)

4 – Confusion 282-284 (2) / Strife

5 – Diocletian the Great 284-305 (21) / Diocletian the Divine (Caius Aurelius Valerius Diocletian)

6 – Co-rulers: Diocletian and Constantius Chlorus 293-305 (12) / Diocletian and Constantius I Chlorus

7 – Confusion 305-309 (4) / Strife

8 – Constantius Chlorus 305-306 (1) / Constantius I Chlorus (Marcus and Caius Flavius Valerius Constantius)

9 – Tetrarchs and Constantine Augustus 306-324 (18) / Tetrarchy

10 – Constantine Augustus 306-337 (31) / Constantine I (Caius Flavius Valerius Constantine Augustus)

11 – Birth of Basil the Great in 27th year since August Constantine (27) / in [2], this point is added to #10, resulting in a downshift for each following numbers. I.e., #12 becomes #11, #11 becomes #10, and so on.

12 – Constantius II 337-361 (24) / (24) or (21)

13 – Co-rulers: Constantius II and Constans 337-350 (13)

14 – Julian 361-363 (2)

15 – Confusion 363 (1) / Strife

16 – Valentinian I 364-375 (11)

17 – Co-rulers: Valentinian and Valens 367-375 (11) *see issue in opening text

18 – Valens 364-378 (14)

19 – Co-rulers: Valens, Valentinian and Gratian 364-375 (11) / Valens, Valentinian I and Gratian

**Point #19 in [2] is the Joint rule of Valens and Gratian for 11 years. Adding this point restores the numbering between the two publications. I.e., #20 in [1] is the same as #20 in [2] and onwards.

20 – Jovian 363-364 (1)

21 – Confusion 378 (1) / Strife

22 – Gratian and Valentinian II after Valens and Confusion 379-392 (13)

23 – Theodosius I 379-395 (16) / Theodosius the Great

24 – Eugenius 392-394 (2)

25 – Eugenius co-ruling 392-394 (2)

26 – Arcadius 395-408 (13)

27 – Honorius 395-408 (28)

28 – Aetius 423-444 (21) or 423-438 (15) / (21) or (14)

29 – Valentinian III 437-455 (18) or 444-455 (11)

30 – Ricimer 456-472 (16)

31 – Olybrius 472 (1)

32 – Glycerius 473-474 (1)

33 – Julius Nepos 474-475 (1)

34 – Romulus Augustulus 475-476 (1)

35 – Odoacer 476-493 (17)

36 – Theodoric 493-526 (33) or 497-526 (29) / Theodoric the Great

37 – End of Western Third Roman Empire, Gothic war in mid-6th century AD

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References;

1 – “Vol. 2: The Analysis of Ancient and Mediaeval Records”, pages 47 and 48

2 – “History: Fiction or Science? Vol. 2. Chapter 1″, pages 14-19

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