The Five Major Capitals of Fomenkos New Chronology

Anatoly Fomenko has identified five major capitols in his New Chronology. These locations are where the royal dynasties centered their rules throughout history. The capitals are provisionally called Rome (1st Rome, 2nd Rome, 3rd, 4th, 5th). For more on the etymology of Rome, click here.

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First Rome

In Africa (left), the First Rome was settled in the green Nile Valley (right)

The first Rome was established in the 10th-11th centuries in the Gregorian chronology. Its location was in the Nile Valley of Egypt, near Cairo. There is very little written evidence about this capital. Evidence suggest that this is where the first sciences and technologies were invented and developed.


Second Rome

In Turkey between the Black and Mediterranean Seas (left) the Second Rome was settled on the north-eastern shore of the Bosporus Strait, very close to the Black sea (right)

The second Rome existed in the 11th-12th centuries. Its location was near Yoros Castle and Beykoz Mountain in Turkey.


Third Rome

Vladimir in Russia (left), Vladimir outside of Moscow (right)

The third Rome existed in the 13th-14th centuries. Its location was in Vladimir, Russia.


Fourth Rome

The fourth Rome settles on the south-western shore on the Bosporos

The fourth Rome existed in the 14th-15th centuries. Its location was in Constantinople, Turkey.


Fifth Rome

The fifth Rome settles in Moscow, near Vladimir.

The fifth Rome was founded in the 16th century. Its location was in Moscow, Russia.


The Route Map

Red: 1st to 2nd

Blue: 2nd to 3rd

Orange: 3rd to 4th

Green: 4th to 5th

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