The New Chronology by Fomenko and Nosovskiy

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Not sure why we do not have this fundamental work mentioned in our "Books" sub-forum yet. For some, the New Chronology requires no introduction, at the same time there are way more people who have never heard about it. Sometimes I wonder whether we would even be talking about the lost, or stolen history without the effort put in by Mr. Fomenko and Mr. Nosovsky. I hope this little thread influences at least one person to consider reading The New Chronology series, for, once you do, you cannot go back to the official narrative without questioning everything you see. At least it appears that way.

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The New Chronology
A.T.Fomenko, G.V.Nosovskiy
Created in the XVI century A.D. and accepted today chronology and history of the ancient and medieval world, evidently contains big mistakes. Many outstanding scientists understood it and discussed during a long period of time. But it appeared to be a difficult task to build a new, non-contradictory concept of chronology.
Starting from 1975 a group of mathematicians, mainly from the Moscow State University, were engaged in the development of this problem. Interesting results were received and published both in scientific periodical print and in separate monographs. We underline, that new concept of chronology is based, mainly, on analysis of historical sources WITH THE METHODS OF MODERN MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS and vast COMPUTER CALCULATIONS.
  • The task of chronology is to put in order the events into proper way on a temporary scale based on the available information. This task naturally fits into the field of applications to modern mathematical statistics, theory of information. The methods of humanities, one of which is history, are not enough for solving chronological issues. New chronology imposes another psychological picture of perception of the antiquity. Now the word "antiquity" should be connected with XV-XVII centuries A.D. that is with the events, distant from us on 300-400 years. Expression "high antiquity" should now relate to the XIII-XIV centuries A.D. And the words "the highest antiquity" – are already the XI-XII centuries A. D. BEFORE THE X-XI CENTURIES A.D. THE EPOCH OF SILENCE OF WRITTEN DOCUMENTS COMES. (See the book RECONSTRUCTION).
  • Our analyses of the chronology and history opened a striking circumstance. Based on the applied by us mathematical methods it was proved, that the Scaligerian chronology, and therefore also the Scaligerian history of the "antiquity" and the Middle Ages, is totally wrong. Moreover, it appeared that our history right up to the end of the XVI century was consciously falsified at the epoch of the XVII-XVIII centuries.
The New Chronology
Wiki - pseudohistorical theory
Wikipedia tells us, "The New Chronology is a pseudohistorical theory which argues that the conventional chronology of Middle Eastern and European history is fundamentally flawed, and that events attributed to the civilizations of the Roman Empire, Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt actually occurred during the Middle Ages, more than a thousand years later. The central concepts of the New Chronology are derived from the ideas of Russian scholar Nikolai Morozov (1854–1946), although work by French scholar Jean Hardouin (1646–1729) can be viewed as an earlier predecessor. However, the New Chronology is most commonly associated with Russian mathematician Anatoly Fomenko (born 1945), although published works on the subject are actually a collaboration between Fomenko and several other mathematicians.
  • The New Chronology also contains a reconstruction, an alternative chronology, radically shorter than the standard historical timeline, because all ancient history is "folded" onto the Middle Ages. According to Fomenko's claims, the written history of humankind goes only as far back as AD 800, there is almost no information about events between AD 800–1000, and most known historical events took place in AD 1000–1500.
  • The New Chronology is rejected by mainstream historians and is inconsistent with absolute and relative dating techniques used in the wider scholarly community. The majority of scientific commentators consider The New Chronology to be pseudoscientific. Interest in the academia in the theory stems mainly from its popularity which has compelled historians and other scientists to argue against its methods and proposed world history. A second point of interest from the mainstream academic community is to understand why it has become so popular as to perhaps have the sympathy of 30 percent of Russians. It is not really known to which extent readers of New Chronology texts regard it as history or fiction. Nor are there reliable statistics on who the readers are."
Anatoly Fomenko
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Born in 1945, academician of Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), actual member of RANS (Russian Academy of Natural Sciences), actual member of IAS of HS (International Academy of Science of Higher School), actual member of ATS RF (Academy of Technological Sciences of Russian Federation), doctor of physical-mathematical sciences, professor, the head of the department of differential geometry and applications of the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics of the Moscow State Lomonosov University. He solved a well-known Plateau problem in the theory of spectral minimal surfaces, created a theory of thin classification of integrable Hamiltonian dynamical systems. Award winner of the State Prize of Russian Federation of 1996 (in the field of mathematics) for a series of works on the theory of invariants of the manifolds and Hamiltonian dynamical systems. The author of 250 scientific works, 24 monographs and text books, specialist in the field of geometry and topology, calculus of variations, theory of minimal surfaces, symplectic topology, Hamiltonian geometry and mechanics, computer geometry.
The author of several books on development and application of new empirical-statistical methods for the analysis of historical chronicles, chronology of the ancient time and Middle Ages.

Gleb Nosovsky
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Born in1958, candidate of physical-mathematical sciences (MSU, 1988), specialist in probability theory, mathematical statistics, theory of stochastic processes, optimization theory, stochastic differential equations, computer modeling of stochastic processes. He worked in the Space Research institute (Moscow), in Moscow MOSSTANKIN institute, and also in Japan, within a scientific cooperation between the MSU and University of Aizu in the field of computer geometry. At the moment he works as Associate Professor at Mech-Math Faculty of the MSU at the Chair of Differential Geometry and Applications.

The Books
Volume 1: Introducing the problem. A criticism of the Scaligerian chronology. Dating methods as offered by mathematical statistics. Eclipses and zodiacs.
Volume 2: The dynastic parallelism method. Rome. Troy. Greece. The Bible. Chronological shifts.
Volume 3: Astronomical methods as applied to chronology. Ptolemy's Almagest. Tycho Brahe. Copernicus. The Egyptian zodiacs.
Volume 4: Russia. Britain. Byzantium. Rome.
Volume 5: Russia = Horde. Ottomans = Atamans. Europe. China. Japan. The Etruscans. Egypt. Scandinavia.
Empire
Volume 6: (no translation) The Horde-Ataman Empire. The Bible. The Reformation. America. Passover and the calendar.
Volume 7: (no translation) A reconstruction of global history. The Khans of Novgorod = The Habsburgs. Miscellaneous information. The legacy of the Great Empire in the history and culture of Eurasia and America.

YouTube: read by Jon Machtemes

Other books:
Empirico-Statistical Analysis of Narrative Material and its Applications to Historical Dating

Global Chronological Map:
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Various sources:
 

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I am very keen to add these books to my library as soon as possible. Hopefully somewhere in there is some kind of clues regarding Tartarian culture.

Does anyone else find it strange that books like these are so recent? If government organisations like the CIA in America have knowledge of the destruction of Tartary by their supposed communist enemy then why is America also hiding this history unless these are just all one entity when you get high enough up in command? Even the fact I never heard of Great Tartary in history class here in Australia is proof to me that my government was just as much a part of erasing Tartar history as the Russians in that CIA document. The same goes for many other countries we perceive as separate but clearly in reality are not.
 

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I ended up downloading the entirety of Fomenko's works, altogether it is either 22 or 24 volumes. I'm not afraid to admit that it is highly unlikely I'll be reading it.

Anyone have any critiques with his methodology? From what I understand he spends the entire first volume describing how he arrived at his suspicions about the calendar after investigating the mathematics of astronomical cycles.
 

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FOMENKO VS MATHIS.
I looked into Fomenko around 2005 or maybe a little before that. I was familiar then with his theory somewhat. At the time I was following Richard Hoagland and he or someone convinced me that Fomenko was wrong. So I never looked into it further till now. Not long after that I read Gunnar Heinsohn's theory in Catastrophist circles. His theory was similar to Fomenko's and may have been partly based on Fomenko's claims. But Heinsohn's theory seemed to be discredited by other Catastrophists. I found Mathis' math and science site Homepage for Miles Mathis science site around 2010 and Mathis has found a lot of errors and falsehood in math and physics and astronomy etc. About 2 years ago I found that Mathis also has a history & current events site at Updates where he started finding that a lot of shootings and other major events were faked. He seems to consider the Moon landings as faked and nuclear weapons he considers faked too, but I'm slightly inclined to think the latter 2 are true. But it occurred to me that the JTB (Jackasses That Be) may have wanted some people to think they were fake, at least the Moon landings, because they may have secret missions going to the Moon and beyond. I'm open-minded though.

Last June Mathis posted a paper called Anatoly Fomenko and New Chronology. He gives good reasons to suspect that that's all a covert ops project designed to confuse the public and to keep us from finding the real fakery such as what Mathis has been finding and posting on his sites. In a similar way, Sitchin, Drosnin, Icke, Graham Hancock and numerous others are likely covert ops projects too, i.e. they're misdirection to waste people's time and keep them off of the real paths to truth.
 

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FOMENKO VS MATHIS.
I looked into Fomenko around 2005 or maybe a little before that. I was familiar then with his theory somewhat. At the time I was following Richard Hoagland and he or someone convinced me that Fomenko was wrong. So I never looked into it further till now. Not long after that I read Gunnar Heinsohn's theory in Catastrophist circles. His theory was similar to Fomenko's and may have been partly based on Fomenko's claims. But Heinsohn's theory seemed to be discredited by other Catastrophists. I found Mathis' math and science site Homepage for Miles Mathis science site around 2010 and Mathis has found a lot of errors and falsehood in math and physics and astronomy etc. About 2 years ago I found that Mathis also has a history & current events site at Updates where he started finding that a lot of shootings and other major events were faked. He seems to consider the Moon landings as faked and nuclear weapons he considers faked too, but I'm slightly inclined to think the latter 2 are true. But it occurred to me that the JTB (Jackasses That Be) may have wanted some people to think they were fake, at least the Moon landings, because they may have secret missions going to the Moon and beyond. I'm open-minded though.

Last June Mathis posted a paper called Anatoly Fomenko and New Chronology. He gives good reasons to suspect that that's all a covert ops project designed to confuse the public and to keep us from finding the real fakery such as what Mathis has been finding and posting on his sites. In a similar way, Sitchin, Drosnin, Icke, Graham Hancock and numerous others are likely covert ops projects too, i.e. they're misdirection to waste people's time and keep them off of the real paths to truth.
What Mathis says there in the beginning of that pdf is almost too distracting for me to continue. He basically starts to play the same game of focusing on destroying the image of the opponent with "Fortunately, we can judge this project without even looking at all the claims of New Chronology. We only have to study the people and institutions involved to see that it is one more example of controlled opposition.". Perhaps Mathis could focus on the below and try to verify that, on a quick look I did not find any of that work mentioned on his site. I mean the connections he has made are good to bring forth, but it still does not discredit the work.

I don't buy his history as Fomenko has represented to it as such either. But while I am no mathematician and have no ability to start to verify his work 'the jump of the second derivative of the Moon's elongation' I am taking a high probability on that this work is correct. Probably writing this for the second or third time here but in short for those not aware this work means that based on our current chronology of our official history the moon experienced changes in it's orbital speed and then at one point returned to normal. While I cannot rule anything like that out due to the nature of this world I find that hard to believe that such a phase lasted for several hundreds of years and then just got back to normal. I thus believe that Fomenko the mathematicians work on that topic is correct and we do indeed have a phantom time, but I'm questioning Fomenko the historians work as such for nothing but a reference for sources due to the possible Soviet influence.
 
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Last June Mathis posted a paper called Anatoly Fomenko and New Chronology. He gives good reasons to suspect that that's all a covert ops project designed to confuse the public and to keep us from finding the real fakery such as what Mathis has been finding and posting on his sites.
I came across Fomenko about 6 years ago, having read his first two "Fiction or Science" volumes (with 3 other lurking as PDF on a harddrive).
Last year I discovered Miles Mathis - the scientific papers first, the history papers later on.
But simply put, his historical papers are far inferior, compared to the scientific one's.
The genealogy lines are often contain long irrelevant sections, not at all related to the person he supposedly deals with. A space filler ?
Knowledge about linguistics and origin of surnames seems abysmal, his often made claim "This name is Jewish" for example is most often absolutely unfounded. He claimed that for my surname too, and I'm supposed to know.
His English/European peerage conspiracy usually ends with a Jewish infiltrations in about the Todur period, and that's it. I never saw him going back further in time, perhaps he actively avoids an intersection with Fomenko's critical periods.
In short, no comparison at all to the physics essays.

There is a blogger, seemingly having some quarrels with Miles, too. Here is an open letter he wrote: here . And don't miss the part II : here
I can concur with this guy - there seems something fishy about MM. Alone the sheer amount of papers he outputs p.a. is unbelievable - beside the paintings he does. And - lo and behold - shortly after that open letters, MM started to employ "guest writers" regularly.

In regard to Fomenko, I thought about the same lines - why could he even publish a book ?
But realistically, no real (tenured) historian will take him and his theries serious. The occasional reader will find him painted as pseudoscientifc on Wackopedia, and that's it.
Maybe the nationalistic undertone of his historical reconstruction (suddenly everything is Russian) had helped in this regard - easy to paint him as raving nationalistic nutjob, and ignore all his scientific methods and research.
 

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Maybe the nationalistic undertone of his historical reconstruction (suddenly everything is Russian) had helped in this regard
I'm not familiar with Miles Mathis but I have wondered at the amount of info coming out of Russia and our blind acceptance of it as authentic just because we Americans aren't familiar with the material. "It must be a conspiracy-look what the Russians have exposed!" I don't doubt there are genuine and serious researchers in Russia and that Russia probably has info we don't even though there was 70 years of destroying or hiding information even from the Russian people; I just think we need to look at everything critically.
 

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I've always wondered why lots of this stuff originates out of Russia. To my knowledge, the Russians were the first posting about the mud flood hypothesis. Do you think less historical material was censored in Russa than the west?
 

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I've always wondered why lots of this stuff originates out of Russia. To my knowledge, the Russians were the first posting about the mud flood hypothesis. Do you think less historical material was censored in Russa than the west?
I think they just got interested in it sooner. They were closer to the source. All it took was that one guy to walk down and see that the construction pit oddly had another basement level, but this basement had doors and windows which to any levelheaded Russian did not make any sense.

And they are living in Tartary, so it makes sense they would also pick up on that. And don't forget Fomenko has been around with his theories for 50 years.
 

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Not sure why we do not have this fundamental work mentioned in our "Books" sub-forum yet. For some, the New Chronology requires no introduction, at the same time there are way more people who have never heard about it. Sometimes I wonder whether we would even be talking about the lost, or stolen history without the effort put in by Mr. Fomenko and Mr. Nosovsky. I hope this little thread influences at least one person to consider reading The New Chronology series, for, once you do, you cannot go back to the official narrative without questioning everything you see. At least it appears that way.

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The New Chronology
A.T.Fomenko, G.V.Nosovskiy
Created in the XVI century A.D. and accepted today chronology and history of the ancient and medieval world, evidently contains big mistakes. Many outstanding scientists understood it and discussed during a long period of time. But it appeared to be a difficult task to build a new, non-contradictory concept of chronology.
Starting from 1975 a group of mathematicians, mainly from the Moscow State University, were engaged in the development of this problem. Interesting results were received and published both in scientific periodical print and in separate monographs. We underline, that new concept of chronology is based, mainly, on analysis of historical sources WITH THE METHODS OF MODERN MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS and vast COMPUTER CALCULATIONS.
  • The task of chronology is to put in order the events into proper way on a temporary scale based on the available information. This task naturally fits into the field of applications to modern mathematical statistics, theory of information. The methods of humanities, one of which is history, are not enough for solving chronological issues. New chronology imposes another psychological picture of perception of the antiquity. Now the word "antiquity" should be connected with XV-XVII centuries A.D. that is with the events, distant from us on 300-400 years. Expression "high antiquity" should now relate to the XIII-XIV centuries A.D. And the words "the highest antiquity" – are already the XI-XII centuries A. D. BEFORE THE X-XI CENTURIES A.D. THE EPOCH OF SILENCE OF WRITTEN DOCUMENTS COMES. (See the book RECONSTRUCTION).
  • Our analyses of the chronology and history opened a striking circumstance. Based on the applied by us mathematical methods it was proved, that the Scaligerian chronology, and therefore also the Scaligerian history of the "antiquity" and the Middle Ages, is totally wrong. Moreover, it appeared that our history right up to the end of the XVI century was consciously falsified at the epoch of the XVII-XVIII centuries.
The New Chronology
Wiki - pseudohistorical theory
Wikipedia tells us, "The New Chronology is a pseudohistorical theory which argues that the conventional chronology of Middle Eastern and European history is fundamentally flawed, and that events attributed to the civilizations of the Roman Empire, Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt actually occurred during the Middle Ages, more than a thousand years later. The central concepts of the New Chronology are derived from the ideas of Russian scholar Nikolai Morozov (1854–1946), although work by French scholar Jean Hardouin (1646–1729) can be viewed as an earlier predecessor. However, the New Chronology is most commonly associated with Russian mathematician Anatoly Fomenko (born 1945), although published works on the subject are actually a collaboration between Fomenko and several other mathematicians.
  • The New Chronology also contains a reconstruction, an alternative chronology, radically shorter than the standard historical timeline, because all ancient history is "folded" onto the Middle Ages. According to Fomenko's claims, the written history of humankind goes only as far back as AD 800, there is almost no information about events between AD 800–1000, and most known historical events took place in AD 1000–1500.
  • The New Chronology is rejected by mainstream historians and is inconsistent with absolute and relative dating techniques used in the wider scholarly community. The majority of scientific commentators consider The New Chronology to be pseudoscientific. Interest in the academia in the theory stems mainly from its popularity which has compelled historians and other scientists to argue against its methods and proposed world history. A second point of interest from the mainstream academic community is to understand why it has become so popular as to perhaps have the sympathy of 30 percent of Russians. It is not really known to which extent readers of New Chronology texts regard it as history or fiction. Nor are there reliable statistics on who the readers are."
Anatoly Fomenko
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Born in 1945, academician of Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), actual member of RANS (Russian Academy of Natural Sciences), actual member of IAS of HS (International Academy of Science of Higher School), actual member of ATS RF (Academy of Technological Sciences of Russian Federation), doctor of physical-mathematical sciences, professor, the head of the department of differential geometry and applications of the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics of the Moscow State Lomonosov University. He solved a well-known Plateau problem in the theory of spectral minimal surfaces, created a theory of thin classification of integrable Hamiltonian dynamical systems. Award winner of the State Prize of Russian Federation of 1996 (in the field of mathematics) for a series of works on the theory of invariants of the manifolds and Hamiltonian dynamical systems. The author of 250 scientific works, 24 monographs and text books, specialist in the field of geometry and topology, calculus of variations, theory of minimal surfaces, symplectic topology, Hamiltonian geometry and mechanics, computer geometry.
The author of several books on development and application of new empirical-statistical methods for the analysis of historical chronicles, chronology of the ancient time and Middle Ages.

Gleb Nosovsky
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Born in1958, candidate of physical-mathematical sciences (MSU, 1988), specialist in probability theory, mathematical statistics, theory of stochastic processes, optimization theory, stochastic differential equations, computer modeling of stochastic processes. He worked in the Space Research institute (Moscow), in Moscow MOSSTANKIN institute, and also in Japan, within a scientific cooperation between the MSU and University of Aizu in the field of computer geometry. At the moment he works as Associate Professor at Mech-Math Faculty of the MSU at the Chair of Differential Geometry and Applications.

The Books
Volume 1: Introducing the problem. A criticism of the Scaligerian chronology. Dating methods as offered by mathematical statistics. Eclipses and zodiacs.
Volume 2: The dynastic parallelism method. Rome. Troy. Greece. The Bible. Chronological shifts.
Volume 3: Astronomical methods as applied to chronology. Ptolemy's Almagest. Tycho Brahe. Copernicus. The Egyptian zodiacs.
Volume 4: Russia. Britain. Byzantium. Rome.
Volume 5: Russia = Horde. Ottomans = Atamans. Europe. China. Japan. The Etruscans. Egypt. Scandinavia.
Empire
Volume 6: (no translation) The Horde-Ataman Empire. The Bible. The Reformation. America. Passover and the calendar.
Volume 7: (no translation) A reconstruction of global history. The Khans of Novgorod = The Habsburgs. Miscellaneous information. The legacy of the Great Empire in the history and culture of Eurasia and America.

YouTube: read by Jon Machtemes

Other books:
Empirico-Statistical Analysis of Narrative Material and its Applications to Historical Dating

Global Chronological Map:
Various sources:
Wow, I have so much catching up to do 👍
 

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Do you think less historical material was censored in Russia than the west?
I think different historical material was censored in Russia than in the West. Even with the Russian Communist influence, I don't think they could kill off enough people to eradicate their entire history regarding Tartary, Peter the Great, Crimean war, WWII, etc. Most Americans are not as familiar or emotionally invested with those subjects as the Russians would have been.

I greatly respect the works of Fomenko and Nosovsky but mathematics is a form of magic/illusion in which numbers can be massaged to prove anything. Being mathematicians, I think they used the tools with which they were most familiar to illustrate their brilliant observations and their observations make sense to me so I don't discount their work. Their insights have provided a way for a great many people to peer behind a curtain they never even knew existed. Even people, such as myself, who have never had any interest in history are starting to gobble up every bit of historical information available.

Those disclaimers out of the way.....I just think it prudent to not jump from one blind faith camp into another. Fomenko is to be given credit for teaching us all to question everything.
 

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I'm not familiar with Miles Mathis but I have wondered at the amount of info coming out of Russia and our blind acceptance of it as authentic just because we Americans aren't familiar with the material. "It must be a conspiracy-look what the Russians have exposed!"
An example I remember from Fomenko's book is Belisar/Belisarius, supposedly a Byzanthinian general. Fomenko supposes Belisar = белый царь (byelii tsar), meaning "White King", and being based on a Russian prince. Similar with other figures of Scaligerian history. Everything based solely on linguistic similarities. This is where he deviates from his scientific method, and publizises pure conjecture.

I think it's not difficult to see that this can easily be interpreted as "nationalistic", "from a disgruntled newcomer who is upset by the lack of historical achievement and current status of his country".
This is not my opinion, to make that clear. I admire his destruction of Scaligerian chronology, backed by a tremendous amounts of evidence.
His reconstructions not so much - but there is room for development IMHO.
 

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Not sure why we do not have this fundamental work mentioned in our "Books" sub-forum yet. For some, the New Chronology requires no introduction, at the same time there are way more people who have never heard about it. Sometimes I wonder whether we would even be talking about the lost, or stolen history without the effort put in by Mr. Fomenko and Mr. Nosovsky. I hope this little thread influences at least one person to consider reading The New Chronology series, for, once you do, you cannot go back to the official narrative without questioning everything you see. At least it appears that way.

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The New Chronology
A.T.Fomenko, G.V.Nosovskiy
Created in the XVI century A.D. and accepted today chronology and history of the ancient and medieval world, evidently contains big mistakes. Many outstanding scientists understood it and discussed during a long period of time. But it appeared to be a difficult task to build a new, non-contradictory concept of chronology.
Starting from 1975 a group of mathematicians, mainly from the Moscow State University, were engaged in the development of this problem. Interesting results were received and published both in scientific periodical print and in separate monographs. We underline, that new concept of chronology is based, mainly, on analysis of historical sources WITH THE METHODS OF MODERN MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS and vast COMPUTER CALCULATIONS.
  • The task of chronology is to put in order the events into proper way on a temporary scale based on the available information. This task naturally fits into the field of applications to modern mathematical statistics, theory of information. The methods of humanities, one of which is history, are not enough for solving chronological issues. New chronology imposes another psychological picture of perception of the antiquity. Now the word "antiquity" should be connected with XV-XVII centuries A.D. that is with the events, distant from us on 300-400 years. Expression "high antiquity" should now relate to the XIII-XIV centuries A.D. And the words "the highest antiquity" – are already the XI-XII centuries A. D. BEFORE THE X-XI CENTURIES A.D. THE EPOCH OF SILENCE OF WRITTEN DOCUMENTS COMES. (See the book RECONSTRUCTION).
  • Our analyses of the chronology and history opened a striking circumstance. Based on the applied by us mathematical methods it was proved, that the Scaligerian chronology, and therefore also the Scaligerian history of the "antiquity" and the Middle Ages, is totally wrong. Moreover, it appeared that our history right up to the end of the XVI century was consciously falsified at the epoch of the XVII-XVIII centuries.
The New Chronology
Wiki - pseudohistorical theory
Wikipedia tells us, "The New Chronology is a pseudohistorical theory which argues that the conventional chronology of Middle Eastern and European history is fundamentally flawed, and that events attributed to the civilizations of the Roman Empire, Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt actually occurred during the Middle Ages, more than a thousand years later. The central concepts of the New Chronology are derived from the ideas of Russian scholar Nikolai Morozov (1854–1946), although work by French scholar Jean Hardouin (1646–1729) can be viewed as an earlier predecessor. However, the New Chronology is most commonly associated with Russian mathematician Anatoly Fomenko (born 1945), although published works on the subject are actually a collaboration between Fomenko and several other mathematicians.
  • The New Chronology also contains a reconstruction, an alternative chronology, radically shorter than the standard historical timeline, because all ancient history is "folded" onto the Middle Ages. According to Fomenko's claims, the written history of humankind goes only as far back as AD 800, there is almost no information about events between AD 800–1000, and most known historical events took place in AD 1000–1500.
  • The New Chronology is rejected by mainstream historians and is inconsistent with absolute and relative dating techniques used in the wider scholarly community. The majority of scientific commentators consider The New Chronology to be pseudoscientific. Interest in the academia in the theory stems mainly from its popularity which has compelled historians and other scientists to argue against its methods and proposed world history. A second point of interest from the mainstream academic community is to understand why it has become so popular as to perhaps have the sympathy of 30 percent of Russians. It is not really known to which extent readers of New Chronology texts regard it as history or fiction. Nor are there reliable statistics on who the readers are."
Anatoly Fomenko
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Born in 1945, academician of Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), actual member of RANS (Russian Academy of Natural Sciences), actual member of IAS of HS (International Academy of Science of Higher School), actual member of ATS RF (Academy of Technological Sciences of Russian Federation), doctor of physical-mathematical sciences, professor, the head of the department of differential geometry and applications of the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics of the Moscow State Lomonosov University. He solved a well-known Plateau problem in the theory of spectral minimal surfaces, created a theory of thin classification of integrable Hamiltonian dynamical systems. Award winner of the State Prize of Russian Federation of 1996 (in the field of mathematics) for a series of works on the theory of invariants of the manifolds and Hamiltonian dynamical systems. The author of 250 scientific works, 24 monographs and text books, specialist in the field of geometry and topology, calculus of variations, theory of minimal surfaces, symplectic topology, Hamiltonian geometry and mechanics, computer geometry.
The author of several books on development and application of new empirical-statistical methods for the analysis of historical chronicles, chronology of the ancient time and Middle Ages.

Gleb Nosovsky
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Born in1958, candidate of physical-mathematical sciences (MSU, 1988), specialist in probability theory, mathematical statistics, theory of stochastic processes, optimization theory, stochastic differential equations, computer modeling of stochastic processes. He worked in the Space Research institute (Moscow), in Moscow MOSSTANKIN institute, and also in Japan, within a scientific cooperation between the MSU and University of Aizu in the field of computer geometry. At the moment he works as Associate Professor at Mech-Math Faculty of the MSU at the Chair of Differential Geometry and Applications.

The Books
Volume 1: Introducing the problem. A criticism of the Scaligerian chronology. Dating methods as offered by mathematical statistics. Eclipses and zodiacs.
Volume 2: The dynastic parallelism method. Rome. Troy. Greece. The Bible. Chronological shifts.
Volume 3: Astronomical methods as applied to chronology. Ptolemy's Almagest. Tycho Brahe. Copernicus. The Egyptian zodiacs.
Volume 4: Russia. Britain. Byzantium. Rome.
Volume 5: Russia = Horde. Ottomans = Atamans. Europe. China. Japan. The Etruscans. Egypt. Scandinavia.
Empire
Volume 6: (no translation) The Horde-Ataman Empire. The Bible. The Reformation. America. Passover and the calendar.
Volume 7: (no translation) A reconstruction of global history. The Khans of Novgorod = The Habsburgs. Miscellaneous information. The legacy of the Great Empire in the history and culture of Eurasia and America.

YouTube: read by Jon Machtemes

Other books:
Empirico-Statistical Analysis of Narrative Material and its Applications to Historical Dating

Global Chronological Map:
Various sources:
Useful collection of links, thanks for posting
 

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