I agree that that is also possible.Or we are misled about our own developmental history. Judging by architecture alone, it is not unreasonable to suggest that their methods of delivery and transportation were far superior to the officially suggested horses.
And it probably does not stop with transportation.
The Tsardom of Russia Rossiyskoye tsarstvo), also known as the Tsardom of Muscovy, was the name of the centralized Russian state from assumption of the title of Tsar by Ivan IV in 1547 until the foundation of the Russian Empire by Peter the Great in 1721. Tsardom of Russia - WikipediaNever thought about when they actually started using a word "Russia". Indeed most of the older maps mention "Moscovia". Moscow, I assume, is a derivative of Moscovia.
While it doesn't directly relate to the start shaped structures, it would be interesting to see when Russia was first mentioned as such on a map.
Wiki mentions that Daniel I inherited the duchy from Vladimir-Suzdal in1283. Looking up Vladimir-Suzdal shows that he inherited it from Kievan Rus when the territory was just a loose federation of neighboring principalities which were all conquered by the Mongols. Whether any of that's true or not is up for questioning (as is all of history). I don't KNOW since I wasn't there but I do have to question how Kievan Rus could have been any kind of ruler over all of Rus/Moscovy if it was all just a loose federation of neighboring principalities; especially if they'd already been conquered by the Mongols. Crap like this is the reason history was the only class I failed in school.As far as I understand this is exactly how the official science confuses us and substitutes real history with their own version.
Tsardom of Moscovy and Tsardom of Russia is not the same. They want us to think they are but they are not.
Maps.... as reported probably 15th century.
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