А.Т.Fomenko, G.V.Nosovskiy
CONQUEST OF AMERICA

by Ermak-Cortes and rebellion of the Reformation through the eyes of the "ancient" Greeks.
New data about the battle of Kulikovo, Ivan the Terrible and the story of Esther, about the famous campaign of ataman-conquistador Ermak-Cortes and the Great Distemper in the Empire of the XVI-XVII centuries.
These evidences compose a considerable part of the "antique" works of Herodotus, Plutarch and Thucydides.
Завоевание Америки Ермаком- Кортесом Publishing house: AST, 2009

CONTENTS

Part 1.
THE BATTLE OF KULIKOVO IN THE EYES OF THE "ANCIENT" GREEKS.

FOREWORD

Chapter 1.
THE BATTLE OF KULIKOVO OF 1380 A.D. IS DESCRIBED BY THE "ANCIENT" GREEKS UNDER THE NAME OF THE FAMOUS BATTLE OF MARATHON ALLEGEDLY OF 490 B.C.
1. Scaligerian version of the Battle of Marathon.
2. New dating of the Battle of Marathon, coming out of the discovered in the "Scaligerian textbook" chronological shifts.
3. Twenty seven reflections of the Battle of Kulikovo, found out by us in the "ancient" history.
4. "Antique" Darius, the tsar of Persians, sends troops against Athens. Khan Mamay, the governor of the Horde, comes out against Dmitry Donskoy.
5. Doubts of the Athenians – if they should fight against Persians? Initial doubts of Dmitry Donskoy – if he should have struggled against khan Mamay?
6. Miltiades addresses to Callimachus, asking him to help to win Persians-meds. Dmitry Donskoy addresses to Sergius of Radonezh with a request to help him win khan Mamay.
7. In the Battle of Marathon god Pan helped Miltiades, in honor of whom people "run with flames" since that time. In the Battle of Kulikovo the guns, given by Sergius of Radonezh, helped Dmitry Donskoy.
8. The guns of Dmitry Donskoy on the Kulikovo = Marathon field are described in "antique" literature also as "hero Ekhetleus", who killed many meds during the battle.
8.1. Evidence of Pausanias.
8.2. Christ - agriculturist.
8.3. With what a wonderful "plough" hero Ekhetleus punished the meds? Most likely with guns.
9. A prophetic dream of Hippías, the commander of Persians. A defeat from the Athenians was predicted to him.
9.1. A tale of Herodotus.
9.2. A prophetic dream and a celestial sign, which had come to Konstantin the Great = Dmitry Donskoy and madiamians – the enemies of biblical judge Gideon.
9.3. Why Hippias, who is khan Mamay, had a dream that he had slept with his mother?
9.4. What a tooth fall on the earth from violent cough?
10. "Ancient"-Greek Episelus and giant, Biblical David and Goliath, Russian Hordians Oslyabya and Chelubey.
11. A huge professional army of the aggressor and inferior to it in quantity national levy of the defending people. Nevertheless, the national levy brilliantly won the professionals.
12. The battle was epic and very cruel.
13. Treason of companions, which didn't prevent from the victory of the Athenians.
14. A small river of the Marathon field and a small river Yauza in Moscow. A bog near the Marathon field and bogs in Moscow.
15. Burial of dead right on the battle field.
16. A heavy wound of Dmitry Donskoy and a heavy wound of Miltiades.
17. Circumstances of the death. Traces of the evangelic tale.
18. A dying Marathon runner and a runner to Sergius of Radonezh, who brought the bodies of dead heroes.
19. A famous "Painted Gallery" in ancient Athens – this is, probably, the Archangel Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin, painted with fresco from top to bottom.
19.1. In honor of the battle of Marathon = Kulikovo a big picture was done in "antique" Athens. Probably this was one of the famous fresco of the Archangel Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin.
19.2. The Painted Gallery in "antique" Athens and the Archangel Cathedral in the Kremlin.

Chapter 2.
AN "ANCIENT" MYTH ABOUT THE VICTORY OF ZEUS AND CYCLOPS UNDER TITANS S A REFLECTION OF THE BATTLE OF KULIKOVO OF 1380.
1. Greek "Olympic myth of Creation".
2. Zeus – it is Jesus, who is Andronicus-Christ. Prince Dmitry Donskoy won in the Battle of Kulikovo for the name of Zeus-Jesus.
3. Terrible Tartar of the "antiquity" – this is the Great Tartaria, that is Russia-Horde of the XIV-XVI centuries.
4. God Kronos-Saturn, eating his children, and persecution of apostolic Christians in the XIII-XIV centuries.
5. A religious conflict leads to a huge war. Zeus wins Kronos-Crown.
6. Prediction of the victory to Dmitry Donskoy and prediction of the victory to Zeus.
7. Handmade lightnings, given by Tartarian Cyclops to Zeus, and guns, given by Sergius of Radonezh to Dmitry Donskoy.
8. Titans, Athens, Don = Tana, Etna and Cyclops.
9. Two mountains, where there were Headquarters of Zeus and Kronus during the battle. "Antique" Olympus and Christian lamps. Candles in Muslim mosques.
10. The Battle of Kulikovo and guns of Dmitry Donskoy are painted on the famous Pergamos Altar, devoted to gigantomania and Zeus.
10.1. What is "antique" Pergamos Altar?
10.2. "Ancient"-Greek gods-Olympians shut "antique" titans from fire muskets-guns.
11. Cyclops and Sicily.

Chapter 3.
THE BATTLE OF KULIKOVO IS DESCRIBED BY "ANCIENT" GREEKS ALSO UNDER THE NAME OF THE FAMOUS BATTLE OF SICILY ALLEGEDLY OF 413 B.C.
1. Scaligerian version of the Battle of Sicily.
2. Skeleton of the events.
3. A chronological shift on 1800 years combines the dates of the Battles of Kulikovo and Sicily.
4. In the Sicily war commander Nikius – it is khan Mamay.
5. Chronicle Sicily, Cyclops and Kulikovo field.
5.1. A tale of Thucydides.
5.2. Cyclops and Sicily in gigantomachy. Cyclops and Sicily in the history of the Sicily war of Athens against Syracuse.
6. The army of aggressor Nikius – it is a huge army of professionals. The same is told about the army of aggressor khan Mamay.
7. Sicilians learn about the beginning of invasion of Athenians. Initial doubts in the camp of Sicilians = Kulikovians. Then a national levy was collected.
8. Signs before the Battle of Sicily = Kulikovo, advantageous for the intruding troops of Nikius = Mamay.
9. A parade of the troops of Dmitry Donskoy before the Battle of Kulikovo and a parade of Sicilian troops of Hermocrates before the Battle of Sicily.
10. A duel before the Battle of Kulikovo and a duel before the Battle of Sicily. Both warriors die in the fight.
11. Biblical Goliath, laughing at Israelites and laugh of Athenians at Gyllipos before the final Battle of Sicily.
12. Guns on the field of the Battle of Sicily and guns on the Kulikovo field.
12.1. Logs, wooden machines and huge flame.
12.2. "Antique" hollow log, covered with iron and effusing huge flame.
12.3. A siege machine, darting fire, and accompanying it superhuman force.
12.4. A stockade of cut holy woods and fire before the stockade, which stopped enemies.
13. Destruction of Nikius-Mamay. The victory of Sicilians = Kulikovians.
13.1. Evidence of Plutarch.
13.2. Evidence of Thucydides.
13.3. Comparison of the "ancient"-Greek, Russian and Biblical versions.
14. A treason of "antique" Kamarinians in "Ancient" Greece and treason of prince Oleg of Ryazan.
15. One more reflection of the Battle of Kulikovo in the "antiquity" under the name of "Dekeleia war".

Chapter 4.
WEAK TRACES OF THE OSMAN=ATAMAN CONQUEST OF THE XV-XVI CENTURIES IN THE CHRONICLES OF "ANTIQUE GREEKS".
1. Plague.
2. Army, which suddenly sank in the sea.

Part 2.
A CAMPAIGN OF ERMAK-CORTES AND A REBELLION OF REFORMATION OF THE END OF THE XVI – BGINNING OF THE XVII CENTURIES IN THE EYES OF "ANCIENT" GREEKS.

Chapter 5.
PERSIAN-EGYPTIAN TSAR KAMBIS – IT IS A REFLECTION OF TSAR-KHAN IVAN THE TERRIBLE FROM THE XVI CENTURY.
1. From the already found by us identifications it comes out that now Herodotus should turn to description of the epoch of Reformation.
2. Scaligerian version of the life story of Kambis.
3. The story of Biblical Esther = Elena Voloshanka in the beginning of the life story of Kambis.
3.1. Evidence of Herodotus.
3.2. A legal wife of tsar was pushed aside by young lover-foreigner.
4. Reminder: a short story of Esther = Elena Voloshanka.
4.1. Biblical version.
4.2. Russian version and shortly about our reconstruction.
4.3. An original of Esther in the Russian history of the XVI century, a number of her bright duplicates in the earlier epochs.
5. Persian tsar Kambis or Cyrus – this is Ivan the Terrible or Ivan the Young, and Egyptian Nitetis – this is Esther = Elena Voloshanka.
6. A successful Egyptian campaign of Kambis – this is capture of Tsar-Grad in 1453 or capture of Kazan in 1552.
6.1. A tale of Herodotus.
6.2. Kazan campaign of Ivan the Terrible – this is Egyptian campaign of "antique" tsar Kambis.
6.3. A murder of Persian ambassadors by "antique" Egyptians and a murder of Russian boyar kids, who arrived to Kazan. A revenge of Persians-Russians.
6.4. A siege and destruction of Memphis – this is the siege and destruction of Kazan.
6.5. A destiny of the Egyptian tsar Psammenitus – this is a reflection of the destiny of Kazan khan Ediger, captivated by Ivan the Terrible.
7. A treason of "antique" Fanes – this is a treason of prince Kurbskiy.
8. Madness of Kambis and madness of Ivan the Terrible. The mad tsar hits a holy body with a knife.
8.1. Mad Kambis and his brutality.
8.2. Mad Ivan the Terrible and his brutality.
9. Unsuccessful campaigns of tsar Kambis and unsuccessful Livonian war of Ivan the Terrible.
9.1. Evidence of Herodotus.
9.2. Transparent window glass on the pages of Herodotus.
9.3. Let's return to the story of Kambis. A full fail of the campaign on Ethiopians and death of the Persian army, which went to the country of Ammonians.
9.4. The Livonian war of Ivan the Terrible was extremely unsuccessful.
9.5. Comparison of unsuccessful wars of Kambis and Ivan the Terrible. Activity of keekers-ambassadors before the war and during the war.
10. The death of Dmitry – co-ruler of "Ivan the Terrible" and the death of Smerdis, who got the throne "in the dream" of Kambis.
10.1. A version of Herodotus.
10.2. A version of Romanovs.
10.3. Persian Smerdis and Russian-Hordian Dmitry.
11. A repeated tale of Herodotus about the murder by Kambis of "his son".
12. Next Herodotus once again returns to the story of Esther = Elena Voloshanka.
13. The story of Russian metropolitan Philip on the pages of Herodotus. Philip admonishes Ivan the Terrible, and Croesus admonishes Kambis.
13.1. Croesus tries to bridle Kambis.
13.2. Philip tries to bridle Ivan the Terrible.
13.3. A correspondence between "antique" Croesus and metropolitan Philip.

Chapter 6.
HORDIAN "FAKE"-DMITRY FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE XVII CENTURY ON THE PAGES OF HERODOTUS. BEGINNING OF THE GREAT DISTEMPER IN RUSSIA-HORDE IN THE EYES OF "ANTIQUE CLASSIC".
1. Herodotus returns to the story of killed Russian-Hordian tsarevich Dmitry. "Antique" Fake Smerdis – this is Mitry, the son of Elena Voloshanka, or Dmitry the Impostor.
2. Correspondence with the Russian history of the end of the XVI – beginning of the XVII century.
3. Nun Martha, a mother of Dmitry and Marina Mniszech from the XVII century, a wife of Fake Dmitry, are described by Herodotus under one name of Fedima, a wife of Fake Smerdis.
3.1. A tale of Herodotus: Fedima – a wife of Fake Smerdis.
3.2. Russian history of the beginning of the XVII century: Martha, Mrina Mniszech and two "Fake"-Dmitrys.
3.3. Here "antique" Herodotus tells about the events in Russia of 1606-1610 A.D.
3.4. Why identification of the imposture of Fake Smerdis depended on the existence of his ears?
4. "Antique" Persian Prexaspesis is also a reflection of duke Vasily Shuysky and clerk Timofey Osipov.
4.1. A tale of Herodotus: Prexaspesis opens all the truth about magician impostor to the Persians.
4.2. Russian history of the XVII century: Vasily Shuysky and Timofey Osipov state that "Fake"-Dmitry was an impostor.
4.3. Here "antique" Prexaspesis is a reflection of Vasily Shuysky and Timofey Osipov.
5. A plot in Persia against Fake Smerdis and a plot in Russia against "Fake"-Dmitry. As a result of plot an impostor was killed.
5.1. "Ancient"-Greek version.
5.2. Romanovs' version.
5.3. Death of Fake Smerdis and "Fake"-Dmitry.
6. Election of new tsar allegedly by everyone's agreement, but not legally, by means of artifice or even deception. Here "antique" Darius – it is a reflection of Vasily Shuysky.
6.1. A council of plotters, a speech of Dariuds and his election by means of deception.
6.2. Discussion of the elections of new tsar at the Council of boyars. A speech of Shuysky and his illegal election by means of artifice.
6.3. Herodotus about the uncertain events in Russia of 1606 and about not very legal election of tsar Vasily Shuysky.
7. With election of Darius ends a big section of "History" of Herodotus. With election of Shuysky ends the Hordian dynasty in Russia. Next – the Great Distemper and the capture of power by Romanovs.
8. Herodotus tells about the death of the famous prince Mikhael Skopin-Shuysky in 1610, calling him "Persian Intrafren".
8.1. Darius and a woman punish an outstanding Persian Intrafren.
8.2. Tsar Vasily Shuysky and a wife of his brother kill prince Mikhael Skopin-Shuysky.
8.3. "Antique" Persian Intrafren – it is Russian prince Skopin-Shuysky.

Chapter 7.
THE FAMOUS GREEK-PERSIAN WAR ALLEGEDLY OF THE V CENTURY B.C. AND UNSUCCESSFUL PUNISHING CAMPAIGN OF XERXES ON HELLAS – THIS IS UNSUCCESSFUL LIVONIAN WAR OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE.
1. Three last books of "History" of Herodotus were devoted to repeated, but now much more detailed tale about the Levonian war of Ivan IV.
2. A version of Herodotus of a punishing campaign of Xerxes on Hellas for suppression of rebellion. Actually these were events of the end of XVI – beginning of XVII century A.D.
3. Beginning of the conflict between Hellas and Persia. Rebellion against Persian domination.
4. Preparation of the campaign of Darius and Xerxes on Hellas = Western Europe. Preliminary suppression of the rebellion in Egypt by Xerxes – it is conquest of Kazan by Ivan the Terrible.
5. Argues of advisors of Xerxes about the reasonability of campaign to Hellas – these are argues at the court of Ivan the Terrible about announcement of the Levonian war.
5.1. A tale of Herodotus: argues, visions of Xerxes, threatening phantom, Xerxes temporarily puts Artaban on his throne.
5.2. Russian chronicles: argues in the council of Ivan the Terrible – if the Livonian campaign should be started.
5.3. Here Xerxes – this is Ivan the Terrible, and advisor Artaban – this is his tutor Silvester.
6. Temporary accession to the Russian throne of Simeon Bekbulatovich and temporary accession to the Persian throne of Artaban.
7. The famous transition of Xerxes across Hellespont. Why tsar cut the sea, put fetter in water and put a seal?
7.1. Herodotus about beginning of the campaign of Xerxes. Mortification of Hellespont and construction of a bridge.
7.2. For transition across Volga and capture of Kazan Ivan the Terrible commanded to construct the town of Sviyazhsk on the other bank of Volga, right opposite Kazan.
7.3. Transition of Xerxes across Hellespont – this is transition of Ivan the Terrible across the Volga.
8. Tsar Xerxes = Ivan the Terrible raids to Europe.
9. The famous Joan of Arc was described by Herodotus as the famous warrioress Artemisia, a companion of Xerxes.
10. The death of three hundred famous Spartans of tsar Leonid and the death of medieval detachment of knights of landmarshall Philipp Bell.
10.1. Herodotus about the battle of Greeks with Persians at Thermopylae and death of brave Spartans.
10.2. The capture of Fellin by Russian troops in the Livonian war and the death of around eight hundred from a thousand of defending German knights.
10.3. "Antique" Thermopylae – this is Fellin, Spartian tsar Leonid – this is German landmarshall Philipp Bell, fallen Spartans – these are fallen German knights.
10.4. One more plot of the XVI century, which made input to the story about three hundred Spartans of tsar Leonid.
11. "Antique" traitor Demarat at the court of Xerxes – this is prince Andrey Kurbsky, who went back from Ivan the Terrible.
11.1. Our forecast about the necessity of appearance of prince Kurbsky in the "antique" life story of Xerxes = Ivan the Terrible.
11.2. "Antique" traitor Demarat near tsar Xerxes.
12. Spartan tsar Kleomenes – this is one more reflection of Ivan the Terrible.
12.1. A story of Esther in the very beginning of the tale of Herodotus about tsar Kleomenes.
12.2. Yury Vasilievich, a son of Solomonia Saburova, a brother of Ivan the Terrible, is described by Herodotus as "antique" Dorieus.
12.3. Idiocy or even madness of tsar Kleomenes – this is "madness of Ivan the Terrible". Hit with a stick to face of "the first comer".
12.4. A godless destruction and burning of the sanctuary by tsar Kleomenes – this is destruction of the church during the death of Samson-Zemshchina, that is barbarian destruction and burning of the church by Ivan the Terrible.
13. Friendship and then enmity of tsar Kleomenes with Demarat – this is a reflection of relations between Ivan the Terrible and Andrey Kurbsky.
13.1. A transition from friendship to enmity. Offence of Demarat.
13.2. Runaway of Demarat = Kurbsky.
13.3. Persian tsar Xerxes, he is also Spartan tsar Kleomenes, starts to lose the war with Hellas. A role of prince Kurbsky.
14. Famous Cossacks ataman Ermak Timofeev is described by Herodotus as a Spartan Dorieus, a brother of tsar Kleomenes = Ivan the Terrible.
14.1. Herodotus about the campaign of Dorieus and his conquest of the city of Sibaris. Death of Dorieus.
14.2. Russian sources about the campaign of Ermak and his conquest of the city of Siberia in 1582. Death of Ermak.
14.3. "Antique" Spartan Dorieus – this is ataman Ermak from the second half of the XVI century.
15. A core of the chronicle tale about conquest by ataman Ermak of Siberia is colonization of America by Russia-Horde and Osmania-Atamania in the XV-XVI centuries.
16. Retreat of Xerxes from Hellas – this is retreat of the troops of Ivan the Terrible from Livonia. Defeat of Persians near Plataiai – this is a reflection of Russians near Polotsk.
16.1. Russian-Hordian Yams and yamshiks in "History" of Herodotus.
16.2. The victory of Hellenes near Plataiai and capture by the Poles of the city of Polotsk and fortresses around it.
17. A death of Persian commander Mardonius – this is a death of famous Malyuta Skouratov. He is Biblical Holofernes.
18. Judith from the Old Testament, who killed Assyrian Holofernes = Malyuta Skouratov, "antique" noble woman, connected with the death of Persian Mardonius.
19. One more "story of Esther", this time - at the very end of the work of Herodotus.
19.1. Tsar Xerxes moves away his legal wife in favor of Artainta – a young wife of his son Darius. Artainta becomes a lower of Xerxes.
19.2. Here Xerxes – it is Ivan the Terrible, Masist – it is his son Ivan, Artainta – it is Elena Voloshanka = Biblical Esther.
19.3. A fatal raincoat.
20. "Antique" Persian Tiribazos near Artaxerxes is one more reflection of prince Andrey Kurbsky on the pages of Plutarch.
20.1. End of the XVI century: the Livonian war of Ivan the Terrible with "antique" Egypt.
20.2. Treason of prince Kurbsky.
21. We came to the very end of "History" of Herodotus.

Chapter 8.
THE FAMOUS CONQUEST OF THE CENTRAL AMERICA BY CONQUISTADOR CORTES – IT IS THE FAMOUS CONQUEST OF THE "SIBERIAN" TSARDOM BY ATAMAN ERMAK.
1. Romanov's version of the history of Ermak Timofeevich.
2. The Scaligerian version of the history of Hernan Cortes.
3. Accessible today sources, telling about Ermak and Cortes, appeared much later than the described events. A destiny of earlier documents is covered with darkness.
3.1. Russian sources about the conquest of Siberia.
3.2. Western European sources about the conquest of Mexico.
4. A short scheme of correspondence of the campaign of Ermak and the campaign of Cortes.
5. The origin of Ermak and the origin of Cortes.
6. A conflict of Cortes with the power of imperator Charles V – this is the conflict of ataman Ermak with the powers of tsar Ivan the Terrible. But the powers play with Ermak-Cortes, invite him on service and announce a great campaign.
6.1. Romanovs' version.
6.2. Spanish = Osman-Ataman version.
6.3. Correspondence of both versions.
7. Sailing of the boats. A sudden anger of Diego Velasquez at the beginning of the campaign of Cortes – this is a reflection of a sudden angry decree of Ivan the Terrible at the beginning of the expedition of Cortes.
7.1. Russian chronicles about sailing of Ermak.
7.2. Unexpected order of Velasquez – to take the command from Cortes.
7.3. Diego Velasquez – it is Maxim Stroganov. "Old mad astrologer" – this is "mad" khan Ivan the Terrible.
7.4. One more Spanish tale about an attempt of replacement of Cortes-Ermak on the position of the commander. Here a "mad fool" appears.
8. Before the floating Ermak-Cortes with force takes supplies for his detachment from the governor. The fleet comes out to the sea.
8.1. The Kungurian Chronicle about a robbery by ataman Ermak of the Stroganovs' warehouses.
8.2. Las Casas about a robbery by Cortes of the property of Velasquez.
8.3. The fleet of ataman-conquistador floats off.
9. A rebellion in the army of Ermak-Cortes at the beginning of the American campaign, already after crossing the sea. Destruction of boats.
10. Demonstration of the power of fire arms by Ermak-Cortes. A fear of it among local residents.
11. Dark predictions, given to Ostyaks-Aztecs and telling them about fail in the war with Ermak-Cortes.
12. Tsar Kucem as a crafty enemy of Ermak and king Montekuhsoma as a crafty enemy of Cortes. Tsardom of Kucem and stardom of Meshico.
13. Contradictions in the camp of enemies of Ermak-Cortes. Some of them try to become allies of Cossacks-conquistadors.
14. A death of khan Kucem and a death of Aztek Montekuhsoma.
15. If khan Kucem was blind?
16. A capture of the capital Siberia by Cossacks and a capture of the capital Meshico by conquistadors.
16.1. A battle for the city of Siberia.
16.2. A battle for Meshico.
16.3. Azteks and Ostyaks. An offering of the captive conquistadors-Cossacks.
16.4. Why in the Asian Siberia still nobody can find traces of the capital of Otsyaks Isker-Siberia? Answer: because it was in America – this is Aztek city Meshiko=Mexico.
17. A death of ataman Ermak at the end of the campaign and a heavy wound of conquistador Cortes at the end of the campaign on Mexico. Romanovs' historians deceived us, persuading that Ermak fall in Siberia.
18. A battle of Cossacks on the island in Irtysh near the "Tsar dwelling" and a battle of conquistadors on the island in the lake, where was the tsar capital Meshico.
19. Lake dikes of Meshiko, the capital of Mexico, where Cortes struggled, and "Ermak's excavations" allegedly on the river Irtysh, where Ermak struggled.
20. Ermak falls into an ambush of Khan Kucem, and Cortes falls into an ambush of Azteks. A fatal incaution of Ermak and a catastrophic oversight of Cortes.
20.1. The first episode: two counter ambushes.
20.2. The second and the main episode: a fatal oversight of Cortes = Ermak on the lake dike.
21. Destruction. The "Death" of Ermak in the battle and a heavy wound of Cortes in the battle.
22. If ataman Ermak died, having allegedly sunk in Siberian Irtysh? It appeared that not. He was saved, being pulled out from water on the Mexican lake Texcoco.
23. A repeated Spanish tale about unsuccessful night battle of Ermak. It is the famous "Night of sadness" – an unsuccessful for Cortes battle.
24. We state that ataman Ermak-Cortes was initially buried in Meshiko, the capital of Mexica.
24.1. Around the burial mound of Ermak-Cortes there was later a long behind-the-scenes struggle.
24.2. Russian chronicles kept the evidences that Ermak was buried in Mexico, near two big volcanos in the valley of Meshiko.
25. Apotheosis of Ermak by tartars and apotheosis of the horse of Cortes by the Reds. The following destruction of a "pagan idol" was described both by Russian and by Spanish chronicles.
26. An Indian Malinche, a translator, a lover of Cortes and a daughter of khan, given by tartarians to Ermak.
26.1. The story of traitress Malinche-Marina.
26.2. Russian sources about Tartarian beauty, proposed to Ermak as a wife.
27. The disappeared gold of American Aztecs and the disappeared gold of Siberian Ostyaks.
27.1. The gold of Cortes.
27.2. The gold of Ermak and a legendary Golden Baba.
27.3. Ffairytale Baba Yaga – this is Golden Baba of Ostyaks-Azteks.
28. Letters of Cortes to imperator Charles V – these are letters of Ermak to tsar Ivan the Terrible.
29. Bernal Díaz – a companion and chronicler of Cortes. Sava Efimov - a companion and chronicler of Ermak.
30. Mexico as "a Country of Eagle" according to Spanish chronicles and Siberia "as an eagle" according to Kungurskaya Chronicle.
31. Why the chroniclers connected biblical patriarch Noah with the conquest of "Siberia" by ataman Ermak?
32. Siberian tsarevich Mametkul and Mexican young tsar Tonatiuh.
32.1. Mametkul.
32.2. Tonatiuh.
32.3. Correspondence.
33. Modern mess in the wording and pronunciation of some names, mentioned in the ancient documents.
34. Why on the flag of Cortes there was an "antique" motto of Konstantin the Great = Dmitry Donskoy?
35. It appeared that "antique" Roman imperator Konstantin the Great struggled on the Russian river Kama.
36. After Ermak-Cortes.
37. Why the famous river of America is called Amazon, although there were never any amazon women there?
37.1. Why some chroniclers thought that the Amazon flowed along a meridian? Actually it is directed from West to East.
37.2. The name "Amazon" for the great American river was brought by Cossacks-conquistadors from Russia-Horde.
38. When and by whom were actually destroyed the great monuments of Aztecs, Maya, Incs?
39. Why Isaac Massa, telling about the conquest of Siberia, doesn't say a word about Ermak, but prescribes this action to absolutely different people? Moreover, he tells not about military conquest, but about peaceful acquisition.
40. Conclusions.

Chapter 9.
IN DESCRIPTIONS OF THE CONQUEST OF AMERICA BY CONQUISTADORS CHRONISTS BY MISTAKE INCLUDED THE BATTLE OF KULIKOVO, THE OSMAN CONQUEST, JOAN OF ARC AND OPRICHNINA.
1. The Battle of Kulikovo was on paper moved by chroniclers to America.
1.1. A Spanish tale of Las Casas.
1.2. Correspondence with the Battle of Kulikovo.
2. The traces of Osman conquest on the pages of chronicles, telling about the conquest of America.
3. Joan of Arc was also "moved" to America and called an Indian tsarina.
3.1. An evidence of Las Casas.
3.2. What is known about Joan of Arc.
3.3. Correspondence of Joan and Anakaona.
4. Foggy traces of Oprichnina of the XVI century in the "Indian" story of tsarina Anakaona.
5. Why Las Casas called Spanish conquistadors "Romans".

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