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Antiquity, has it been so long ago?
VM
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05-17-2018 03:13 PM

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Antiquity, has it been so long ago?
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In official historical science, it is commonly believed that the period of antiquity, implying the civilization of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, was in the period from the 8th c. BC. e. up to a maximum of 6 centuries. n. e. The chronological framework of the existence of the Roman Empire covers the period of time from the reign of the first emperor Octavian Augustus, to the division of the empire into the Western and Eastern and the subsequent fall of the Western Roman Empire, that is, from 27 BC. e. for the year 476.

Recently, increasingly, alternative researchers provide convincing evidence of the falsification of historical chronology. Most of them come to the conclusion that the historical period of "our era" (ie, from the birth of Christ) is shifted to the past by approximately 1000 years. Other historical periods were also subjected to significant chronological processing by "interested persons", but now we will dwell on the ancient period of the so-called Roman Empire, namely, its western part, located on the territory of modern Europe. On the reasons for the falsification of historical chronology, too, we will not linger, much has been written about this. Let's drop this question, but was the Roman Empire? On this account, too, there are many alternative and unsuccessful studies.

I propose to consider the next evidence that antiquity is not such a distant past. If we turn to the paintings of European landscape painters of the 18th century, we will see that in many of the paintings there are numerous antique buildings, structures, sculptural works in quite a decent condition.

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VM
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05-17-2018 03:34 PM

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RE: Antiquity, has it been so long ago?
All destroyed by a great flood..

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RE: Antiquity, has it been so long ago?
Crazy.
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RE: Antiquity, has it been so long ago?
Less people and few if any tourists = less people stomping over such sites, and far less interest in them as they are run down old ruins, folks where more interested in eating and procreating to be bothered... plus the wars where not as destructive.. with generals looks for big spaces so they could line their soldiers up into coloured arrows, or rectangles chuckle
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