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  1. Silveryou

    1516: Noah in Tartary

    I think I've got the final 'correct' translation. Hic dominatur et ambulat contra persos Noy princeps tartarorum et imperator super 600 armatorum virorum. Here rules Noah, prince of the Tartars and emperor of more than 600 armed men, and makes war against the Persians. Persians is written as...
  2. Silveryou

    Acropolis aka Necropolis, Schliemann and 1877 Cremation Temple

    @notsogreat what's the source of these photos? I mean not the instagram profile. Do you know?
  3. Silveryou

    Acropolis aka Necropolis, Schliemann and 1877 Cremation Temple

    By the look of it, it seems that archeologists didn't know what to do with those 'stones' and they left them in the same places while reconstructing the stairs all around. I couldn't find an image from above to see if the holes are still there.
  4. Silveryou

    Acropolis aka Necropolis, Schliemann and 1877 Cremation Temple

    For what I know, the 1800s were the period in which historiography started searching obsessivly for ancient ruins and trying to bring back the past contaminated by medieval spuriousness, so to say. Therefore they blindly demolished everything they considered not ancient Greek and actively...
  5. Silveryou

    Acropolis aka Necropolis, Schliemann and 1877 Cremation Temple

    Yes it is. Obviously the 'experts' can come up with a thousand explanations. One could be that the Franks re-used material from another ancient construction in ruin to build the tower. There's always a way to go around problems!
  6. Silveryou

    Acropolis aka Necropolis, Schliemann and 1877 Cremation Temple

    Some more images @KorbenDallas, Fomenko noted how the masonry of the Frankish tower is the same masonry upon which the 'ancient' Greek temple was built. I'm not an expert of masonry so I cannot judge but if it's true then the conclusion is inevitable.
  7. Silveryou

    79 A.D. no more: Pompeii got buried in 1631

    It would be nice to quote the original scholar who initiated it all and conducted the original study: Andreas Tschurilow (Nicht der letzte Tag von Pompeji), author of Features of the Domenico Fontana’s Water Conduit (the Canal of Count Sarno) and the Date of Pompeii Destruction.
  8. Silveryou

    79 A.D. no more: Pompeii got buried in 1631

    I've always been particularly interested in 'ancient' military strategy and according to what I've read about cavalry from that perspective is that a whole of military tactics would have been just impossible without stirrups. So if you consider one of the supposedly major cavalry units of the...
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    79 A.D. no more: Pompeii got buried in 1631

    During the Renaissance the 'Graeco-Roman style' was predominantly associated with the Eastern Roman Empire. Here below two examples from the 'Legend of the True Cross' by Piero della Francesca. However what strikes me the most is that in most of these 'ancient' Roman mosaics the...
  10. Silveryou

    Hope everything good(y)

    Hope everything good(y)
  11. Silveryou

    Magic Mirrors: Ancient Television & Computers?

    This reminds me of Tolkien's Palantiri (Palantír). Being him an expert in myths and lore, I find it possible that he saw some kind of hidden connection.
  12. Silveryou

    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    Pretty much the same way in which they get a D. But considering that they wrote C, D, M and CH with medieval letters (don't know how they are called) like in the image below, not in capital letters. EDIT: it was a C I Ↄ
  13. Silveryou

    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    The idea is that C is obviously the C in Christ, while IↃ is the H in Christ. This works with medieval Latin, which from a recentist point of view could have preceded the usual way to write one thousand with an M.
  14. Silveryou

    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    @KorbenDallas it has dawned on me right now the possibility that while i/j could mean Iesus/Jesus, m (like in MCCLX..., denoting one thousand as well) could mean Christ. Why? Look at how m was written in Latin (Roman numerals): And now take a look at an example of ch:
  15. Silveryou

    1300s: Velociraptor killed by Dieudonné de Gozon

    Some time ago I found this image hidden in a famous 'Renaissance' painting by Andrea Mantegna allegedly from 1484-1492. It is the Picture Bearers (first canvas) from the Triumphs of Caesar. Dragon or siege engine?
  16. Silveryou

    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    Wal-Allah is something that once it goes into your mind, it does not go away anymore.
  17. Silveryou

    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    This is right at the core of the concept of race. The real concept created in ancient times had its own definition only in blood ties, family. It was not related to places and even less to nations, especially to the modern concept of nation, which is also tied to the territory (Italian peninsula...
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