The History of Fomenko’s New Chronology

This article contains a concise overview of the development of Fomenko’s New Chronology. This article is directly based on the writing from Fomenko at the beginning of his ‘Royal Rome Rivers Oka and Volga’. This article also contains a concise account of the basic methods used in the development of the New Chronology. ~~~~~ ~~~~~… Continue Reading


A Beginner’s Guide to Building History

This article contains my review of Robert W. Brown’s ‘The Historical Method’. Brown’s publication establishes some methods of historical investigation. It also establishes some issues that may be faced when investigating history. ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ “…what animates the most feverishly committed historians is that our continual rediscovery of the complexity of the social interests,… Continue Reading


Biography of Jean Mabillon

Dom Jean Mabillon is “one of the greatest names in the history of European scholarship” (1). He is considered the Father of Paleography (the study of ancient and historical handwriting) and the Father of Diplomatics (the scholarly discipline centered on the critical analysis of documents). He was a Benedictine monk and scholar from the Congregation… Continue Reading


Biography of John Amos Comenius

John Amos Comenius is also known by Jan Amos Comenius, Johannes Amos Comenius, Jana Amose Komenskeho, and Jan Amos Komensky. He was born in 1592 and died in 1670. He advocated for working with nature, instead of against it. He published over 150 works in Czech, German, and Latin on topics such as cartography, human… Continue Reading


Biography of Gasparino da Barzizza

Gasparino da Barzziza’s original name was Gasparino Di Pietrobuono. In his time he was known for his academic caliber and for his exquisite teaching. Today, one notable achievement of his is the “rediscovery” of the complete works of Cicero. He was born around 1360 and died in 1431. He is considered to be one of… Continue Reading