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Old 06-12-2013, 05:55 AM
 
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The Roman Empire, it was or is it a myth?
Thus, historians have taught us all to the fact that in the first millennium BC there was a so-called The Roman Empire, and that it existed just over 500 years: from 30 BC from 476 AD, that is, almost exactly five centuries. The reliability of the existence of the Roman Empire has been questioned for a long time. However, the official science, firmly in control of the authorities over the last few hundred years, tirelessly fought against dissent and strongly discourage any doubts and attempts to find out the truth on this issue

Meanwhile, the material evidence of the existence of such an empire is not! Themselves of various ruins of old buildings there, but there is no evidence that they were constructed by the Romans and it is precisely in times of empire!

"... The interesting thing is that no Roman Empire in the first century AD, was not, and that is plenty of evidence, ranging from how brazenly modern" historians "fabricated history of Ancient Rome! No, the city of Rome was in ancient times, but there was no Roman Empire! And to make sure that this is so, and not otherwise, just look at the real map of Ancient Europe, created in 1595 the world famous and recognized cartographer Medieval A. Ortelius.

The fact that the cartographer is recognized and highly regarded by modern historians, will not allow them to deny the same! And it is very important to expose counterfeiters. So, this map was A. Ortelius in 1595. And on this map are displayed ancient Europe! Antique Europe in relation to the Middle Ages (1595), and it means that on this map shows Europe at least a thousand years before the creation of the card! This means that Europe is displayed on the map no later than 5-6 century BC! And ... what is seen on this map?! There is not a Western or Eastern Roman Empire! And according to the modern "history," they should have been and prosper! And this card - not the only one! No matter how trying the creators of "stories" to destroy all the real evidence of the past, they have not got it, even though they tried very hard ... "...
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:06 AM
 
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The illustrated map was created by some descriptors of Dionysius (Dionysius Periegetes), and dates from the year 124 AD On it are familiar to us the names of countries, seas and continents. The only thing on it is not - a "Roman Empire", which, according to our present-day historians, was in this period at the beginning of its heyday ...




And in 2008 it made its way to the people is another interesting information on Rome and its main character, long hushed up in the "free" press "civilized" Europe.

"A group of researchers from the University of Salerno, headed by Professor Adriano La Regina confirmed promulgated in 2006, the hypothesis of the restorer Anna Maria Karroubi that the" Capitoline Wolf "- the symbol of Rome - was created in the XIII century AD, but not in the V century BC, as it was assumed until now. Since the XVIII century, when the "Capitoline she-wolf" describes the largest German art historian Johann Winckelmann, scientists believed that the famous sculpture is the work of an unknown Etruscan master. In the XIX dating sculpture made by Winckelmann, tried to challenge, at least two researchers, who thought she-wolf later, the medieval work, but their attempts have led to nothing. In 2006, Anna Maria Carruba, a specialist in metallurgy, restore "the Capitoline she-wolf," found that the sculpture Furnace whole, rather than piecemeal, as was the custom in ancient times, which means that it could not do before VIII-X centuries ... "
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:52 AM
 
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The reliability of the existence of the Roman Empire has been questioned for a long time.
Care to back up your assertion?
 
Old 06-12-2013, 06:56 AM
 
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Care to back up your assertion?
there is no more or less serious documentary evidence that for 500 years had the Empire.
The documents on which to base their theory, the scientists slyly called narrative. The word "narrative"
according to the dictionary, means the following: [Fr. narratif, Lat. narrativus] - narrative, descriptive, epic. That is, documents on which the opinion is based on the fact that the Roman Empire existed in reality, are narrative, descriptive, epic, or more simply - the myths and legends!

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Old 06-12-2013, 07:39 AM
 
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Where did the 30 BCE date come from? Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BCE, and was emperor for a couple of years before that. And before Caesar there were Roman kings going back 400 years or so.

The 476 date is tossed around, but some historians take issue with it, pointing out that by 476 the Roman Empire had split into two parts, with Constantinople being capitol of the Eastern part. So the defeat of Rome in 476 by the Visigoths is noteworthy, but didn't necessarily mean the end of the empire.

Honestly, I can't make sense out of your post.
 
Old 06-12-2013, 08:16 AM
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So wait, let me get this straight: once again what modern day historians say is propaganda and is not to be trusted, but what long dead historians say is somehow trustworthy ?
Am I the only one here to notice a double standard? A very selective approach to history ?
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Old 06-12-2013, 08:19 AM
 
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For past thousand of year people claim that there was people called 'Rus'. However no evidentiary ever exist for such people as claimed 'Rus'. They even go so far as to make buildings to 'prove' that Rus exist. Now there are people on internet claiming to be 'Rus' but no such people exist. All things of 'Rus' are simply made up stories as proven in 2006, 2008 and 1982. If no believe me, look it up yourself. Do not trust eastern biased historians who try to make up lies about so-called 'Rus' people.

 
Old 06-12-2013, 08:22 AM
 
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Where did the 30 BCE date come from? Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BCE, and was emperor for a couple of years before that. And before Caesar there were Roman kings going back 400 years or so.

The 476 date is tossed around, but some historians take issue with it, pointing out that by 476 the Roman Empire had split into two parts, with Constantinople being capitol of the Eastern part. So the defeat of Rome in 476 by the Visigoths is noteworthy, but didn't necessarily mean the end of the empire.

Honestly, I can't make sense out of your post.
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Old 06-12-2013, 08:23 AM
 
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So wait, let me get this straight: once again what modern day historians say is propaganda and is not to be trusted, but what long dead historians say is somehow trustworthy ?
Am I the only one here to notice a double standard? A very selective approach to history ?
If only it was that simple. Hint, it doesn't matter what time the historians were from as long as they are Russian and support an entirely mythological greatness of Russia to the detriment of all others.

Today the Roman Empire never existed.
Yesterday, the "Mongol Empire" was never Mongolian or an empire.
Ivan the Terrible is actually really sweet and fluffy.
The west makes up lies about WW2 and Soviet atrocities.
The west works to disparage Russia and make it seem backwards.
There used to be a great Russian Empire known as Tartary, but the west lies and says it never existed.
 
Old 06-12-2013, 08:28 AM
 
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The maps supplied by GreyKarast also appear on a Russian web site that claims that the Roman Empire never existed and that all ancient Roman architecture now located throughout the geography that was the supposed "Roman Empire" was actually built by Russians...

"The ruins of the once beautiful "Roman villas" found on every continent and in almost all countries. Many of them now and amaze with its quality and beauty. However, today it is arguable that these villas - not Roman, and Russian! They were built and owned rusam - caste of princes and noble warriors Slavic-Aryan who ruled almost all countries of Eurasia, North America and Africa ..."

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I'm just waiting to see how GreyKarast ties Tenochtitlan and Machu Picchu to the Slavic-Aryan master race......
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