Tag: New

Spanish Archaeologist Sentenced to Prison

“A significant discovery was believed to have been made when a series of nearly 300 ostracas (ceramic pieces) with words engraved in Latin , Basque, and Egyptian hieroglyphs were discovered on the site. Eliseo Gil, the excavation director, once boasted that their discovery would “rewrite the history books”.” – Stephen… Continue Reading “Spanish Archaeologist Sentenced to Prison”

The Creation of Fictional Characters Over the Past 100 Years

An argument against Fomenko’s New Chronology that I’ve heard numerous times is that (not verbatim) “it would be impossible to fabricate that many people, places, and events”. I made the list in this article to show how easy it is to create over 30,000… Continue Reading “The Creation of Fictional Characters Over the Past 100 Years”

Pompeii; Lost for 1,684 Years or Known through the Ages?

A popular notion has entrenched itself in the minds of the general public. The notion is that the city of Pompeii in Italy was destroyed by Mount Vesuvius’ eruption in 79 AD, and that its location was lost until the 18th century. The other… Continue Reading “Pompeii; Lost for 1,684 Years or Known through the Ages?”

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… Continue Reading “The History of Fomenko’s New Chronology”

History: Methods, Studies, and History

This article contains a collection of links to other articles that help understand history and historical studies. ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~

A Concise Timeline of the Development of Historical Studies and Investigatory Methods

This article contains a brief summary of the development of the methods used for historical investigation. The contents in this article are subject to being updated when the greater body of information grows. If there is a question mark after the name, this means… Continue Reading “A Concise Timeline of the Development of Historical Studies and Investigatory Methods”

A Beginner’s Guide to Historical Method

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… Continue Reading “A Beginner’s Guide to Historical Method”

Comparisons of Ancient Greek Timelines

This article contains a collection of information that compares the dates of ancient Greek timelines from various sources on the internet. As of now, 20 different sources have been used in this article. This article establishes that there are a variety of dates offered… Continue Reading “Comparisons of Ancient Greek Timelines”

Origins of Saint Patrick’s Day

This article contains information about the narrative materials from which we draw information about Saint Patrick, as well as some information about the origins of Saint Patrick’s Day. ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ The majority of modern scholars generally believe that Maewyn… Continue Reading “Origins of Saint Patrick’s Day”

Chinese Timelines Comparisons

This article contains my comparisons of primarily ancient and mediaeval Chinese timelines that are popular through Google searches. I currently have put in data from 20 websites that range from websites aimed to educate young children to websites that contain publications by respected colleges… Continue Reading “Chinese Timelines Comparisons”

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