‘Empirico-Statistical Analysis of Narrative Material and its Application to Historical Dating. Volume 2: The Analysis of Ancient and Medieval Records’ Contents

This article contains the ChronologyTruth overview of Volume 2 of A. T. Fomenko’s Empirico-Statistical Analysis of Narrative Material and its Application to Historical Dating.

The book can be found here; http://chronologia.org/en/kw2.pdf

The table of contents contains;

Chapter 1 – Methods for the Statistical Analysis of Narrative Texts

1 – The Maximum Correlation Principle for Historical Chronicles and Its Verification by Distribution Functions. Analysis of Russian Chronicles 

2 – The Maximum Correlation Principle and Its Verification by Frequency Histograms. Methods for the Discovery of Dependent Historical Texts. The Period of “Confusion” in the History of Russia (1584-1600AD). 

3 – A Method for Dating Historical Events Described in Chronographic Texts, and Its Verification Against Reliable Historical Data 

4 (4.1-4.4) – Methods for Ordering and Dating Old Geographic Maps and Descriptions 

5 (5.1-5.19) – Frequency Distributions in Rulers’ Numerical Dynasties 

6 (6.1-6.16) – Some Other Independent Proofs of the Existence of Three Basic GCD Chronological Shifts 

Chapter 2 – Enquête-Codes of Chronological Duplicates and Biographical Parallels. Three Chronological Shifts: The Byzantine-Roman 333-year shift, the Roman 1,053-year shift, and the Greco-biblical 1,800 year shift

1 (1.1, 1.2, 1.3) – Frequency Characteristics and Enquête-Codes of the Historical Periods from 82BC to 217AD (Second Roman Empire) and from 300 to 550AD (Third Roman Empire). The 330-year First Basic Rigid Shift in Roman History 

2 – Charlemagne’s Empire and the Byzantine Empire. The 330-year Rigid Shift. Comparison of the 4-6cc.AD and the 7-9cc.AD

3 – Chronological “Cut” in the Traditional Version of Ancient History

4 (4.1-4.5) – The 1,053-year Second Basic Chronological Shift in European History

5 (5.1-5.2) – The Parallel between the Western Third Roman Empire and the Biblical Kings of Israel. Enquête-Codes of the Historical Periods of the 9-5cc.BC. and the 3-6cc.AD 

6 (6.1-6.2) – The Parallel between the Eastern Third Roman Empire and the Biblical Kingdom of Judah 

7 (7.1-7.2) – The Medieval Song of Roland and the Biblical Book of Joshua

8 (8.1-8.3) – The 1,800-year Third Basic Rigid Shift in Ancient Chronology. The Gothic = Trojan = Tarquins’ War (=GTR war) and Its Chronological Duplicated in the Different Epochs of Traditional History

9 (9.1-9.2) – Egyptian Chronology

10 (10.1-10.2) – Some Strange Features of Ptolemy’s Almagest. Preliminary Remarks

11 (11.1-11.6) – Duplicates in Greek Chronology. The 1,800-year Chronological Shift

Appendix 1. Volume Graphs for the “Biographies” of the Holy Roman Emperors of the 10-13th cc. AD. Additional Chronological and Statistical Data of Ancient History 

Appendix 2. When Was Ptolemy’s Star Catalogue Really Compiled? Variable Configurations of the Stars and the Astronomical Dating of the Almagest Star Catalogue 

1 – History of the Problem and Subject of the Work 

2 – some Notions from Astronomy 

3 – Some Characteristics of the Ancient Star Catalogues 

4 – Errors in the Coordinates in Ancient Catalogues

5 – Preliminary Analysis of the Almagest

6 (6.1-6.3) – General Description of the Method of Dating

7 (7.1-7.4) – Statistical Analysis of the Almagest Star Catalogue

8 (8.1-8.2) – The Dating of the Almagest Star Catalogue

9 – Stability of the Method 

10 (10.1-10.4) – Dating of Other Catalogues 

Appendix 3 – Dating of the Almagest Based on the Occultation of the Stars by Planets and Lunar Eclipses 

1 – Introduction

2 – Dating of the Occultation of the Stars by Planets 

3 – Dating of the Lunar Eclipses

4 – The Chronology of the Almagest

Appendix 4 – The Dating of the First Oecumenical Council of Nicaea and the Beginning of the Christian Era

1 (1.1-1.10) – A date for the Council of Necaea form the Easter Book 

2 (2.1-2.5) – The Birth of Christ and the 1AD 

3 – On modern tradition 

Appendix 5 – The Well-known Babylonian Captivity and the Well-known Avignon Exile of Papacy 


Subject Index

Index of Names 

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