“The Global Chronological Diagram of Ancient and Mediaeval History” Contents

1.1 – The moon’s elongation and R. Newton’s conjecture

1.2 – The Dark Ages and the Renaissance epochs

1.3 – How to substantiate ancient chronology

1.4 – Statistical dating methods: new possibilities

1.5 – The duplication effect in in ancient history and chronology

1.6 – The global chronological diagram and the “modern textbook” of ancient and medieval history

1.7 – The “modern textbook”, a composition of four identical pieces

1.8 – Certain corollaries and interpretations

1.9 – What is to be done with the moon’s elongation?

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