All the results, stated in the book are new and are published for the first time. Resting on the dating of our New Chronology and analyzing the ancient sources, we show that Andronicus-Christ was born in the Crimea, on Felenk Burun (in 1152). Then in the Crimea, in the famous city Chufut-Cale Blessed Mary died (at the end of the XII century). Next, it appeared that the Holy Grail is a Cradle of Jesus, which was kept in Crimea for a long time. It was found that the famous "English" king Arthur is (partly) a reflection of Andronicus-Christ and Dmitry Donskoy. It was also found that the popular "antique" story of Orestes and Iphigenia – this is actually the life story of Christ and Virgin Mary.
The proposed by us reconstruction is yet a suppositional one. At the same time we answer for the accuracy and reliability of the calculated by us datings.
Let's remind that earlier we found out the place of crucifixion of Andronicus-Christ that is on the mountain Beykoz, not far from Istanbul. Here we already indicated the forgotten evangelic Jerusalem. Its ruins are called Jeros today. So, the main geographical points, related to the birth and death of Christ and Blessed Virgin, are found. It is necessary only to clarify the place of birth of Virgin Mary (we will do this in the next publications). The fact that she was born in Russia-Horde was already stated by us in the books "Tsar of the Slaves" and "Tsar Rome in-between rivers Oka and Volga".
On pic.0.1 the Scaligerian datings of all the found by us until now SIXTY SIX reflections of imperator Andronicus-Christ are given. The appeared list considerably widens the list of duplicates, provided by us earlier in the book <<Christ and Russia in the eyes of the "ancient" Greeks>>. It is worth saying that we received an impressing list of "phantoms". On pic. 0.1 they are put in the order according to their Scaligerian datings (most of these dates are wrong).
The "Chronicle biographies" of Tsar-Grad imperator Andronicus and the great Russian prince Andrew the Pious are the most full reached us WORLDLY evidences of Jesus Christ, who lived in the XII century, according to the new chronology.
1) ANDRONICUS COMNIN, Tsar-Grad ("Byzantine") imperator (1152-1185).
2) ANDREW THE PIOUS, the great Russian prince of the XII century A.D.
Many "reflections" of Andronicus-Christ are fractional. More clearly, these life stories were composed of several layers, among which there is the famous "layer of Andronicus-Christ". Sometimes this is the main and sometimes not. In the last case fragments of the life stories of Christ are usually seriously mixed with the data about other people from the epoch of the XII-XV centuries. So, let's provide a list of the found by us reflections of Andronicus-Christ in the Scaligerian version of the history:
3) GRIGORIUS VII HILDEBRAND, allegedly the XI century A.D., in Rome.
4) RUDOLPH THE SWABIAN, anti-king, allegedly the XI century A.D., in Rome.
5) ROMAN DIOGEN, allegedly 1068-1071 A.D., in Byzantium.
6) ISAAC I COMNIN, allegedly 1057-1059 A.D., in Byzantium.
7) MICHEL CALAFATE, allegedly 1041-1042 A.D., in Byzantium.
8) ROMAN ARGYRUS, the Byzantine imperator, allegedly 1028-1034 A.D.
9) The death of Russian prince OLEG, allegedly X century A.D.
10) IGOR, Russian prince, allegedly X century A.D.
11) ASCOLD, Russian prince, allegedly IX century A.D.
12) PHOKAS, the Byzantine imperator, allegedly 602-610 A.D.
13) BASIL THE GREAT – the famous saint, allegedly IV century A.D.
14) BASIL – the famous Christian prophet, allegedly IV century A.D.
15) DOMITIANUS (partly), an "ancient"-Roman imperator, who ruled allegedly in 81-96 A.D.
16) ADRIAN, an "ancient"-Roman imperator, who ruled allegedly in 117-138 A.D.
17) AELIUS VERUS, father, an "ancient"-Roman personage allegedly of the first half of the II century A.D. (at the time of Adrian).
18) AELIUS VERUS, son, an "ancient"-Roman ruler, governed in Rome allegedly in 161-169 A.D.
19) COMMODUS, an "ancient"-Roman imperator, ruled allegedly in 180-193 A.D.
20) KOLYADA, a god of the medieval Slaves, and also a medieval Western-European SANTA CLAUS.
21) ODIN, a German-Scandinavian god, medieval, but allegedly "very-very ancient".
22) JESUS CHRIST, allegedly the I century A.D.
23) APOLLLONIUS, an "antique" wizard, allegedly the I century A.D.
24) ANDREW THE FIRST-CALLED, an apostle, allegedly the I century A.D.
25) GAI JULIUS CAESAR, the Roman imperator, allegedly the I century A.D.
26) ANTONIUS, an "ancient"-Roman commander, allegedly the I century A.D.
27) Death of the Egyptian tsarina CLEOPATRA, allegedly I century A.D.
28) ZALMOXIS, the god of "antique" Thracians, allegedly "very-very ancient".
29) EUCLID or EVCLID, the famous mathematician, geometer, allegedly 315-255 B.C.
30) HANNON, the Carthage hero, allegedly the IV century B.C.
31) ISOCRATES, the Athens speaker and writer, allegedly 436-338 B.C.
32) SOCRATES, the Greek philosopher and wiseman, allegedly 469-399 B.C.
33) LYSANDROS, the Spartan tsar, allegedly the V-IV centuries B.C.
34) NIKIAS, the commander and head of Athens, allegedly the V century D.C.
35) PAUSANIAS, the Spartan tsar, allegedly the V century B.C.
36) ANDROCLES, the commander of the Athens radical democrats, allegedly the V century B.C.
37) ANDOCIDES, an Athens speaker and public leader, allegedly the V century B.C.
38) KURUS THE YOUNGER, the Persian prince, allegedly the V century B.C., dies allegedly in 401 B.C.
39) TIMOCREON, an Athenian, allegedly the V century B.C.
40) PHRYNICHOS, an Athenian strategist, allegedly the V century B.C.
41) POLYKRATES, the tsar of Samos, allegedly the VI century B.C.
42) ZOPYRUS, a famous Persian, organizer of the capture of Babylon at the time of tsar Darius, allegedly the VI century B.C.
43) KURUS THE OLDER, the Persian tsar, allegedly 559-530 B.C.
44) CROESUS, the Lydian tsar, allegedly 560-546 or 590-545 B.C.
45) SERVIUS TULLIUS, the last but one, sixth tsar of Tsar Rome, allegedly 578-535 B.C.
46) PYTHAGOR, an "antique" philosopher and mathematician, allegedly the VI century B.C.
47) CYLON, an Athenian, Olympian winner, allegedly the VII century B.C.
48) ROMULUS, the first tsar of "antique" tsar Rome, allegedly the VIII century B.C.
49) ISAIAH, an old testament prophet, allegedly the VIII century B.C.
50) DAVYD and DAVID, the Biblical old testament tsar, allegedly the XI century B.C.
51) OSIRIS or OZIRIS, an "ancient"-Egyptian god, and also god GOR or HOR, allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
52) DIONYSUS, an "antique" god, allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
53) ORPHEUS, an "antique" god, allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
54) ZEUS, the supreme "antique" god, allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
55) PHRIXOS, an "antique" hero, allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
56) JASON or JAZON, an "antique" hero, who got the Golden Fleece, allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
57) APOLLO, an "antique" god, allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
58) JOB, an old testament personage, allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
59) ESAU, an old testament patriarch (partly duplicate), allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
60) JACOB, an old testament patriarch (partly duplicate), allegedly a "monstrous antiquity".
61) ORESTES – the famous "antique" hero, a brother of Iphigenia.
62) RHADAMANTUS – an "antique" god.
63) ASCLEPIUS (ESCULAPIAN) - an "antique" god.
64) HERAKLES (HERAKLIUS) – an "antique" hero (partly duplicate).
65) ARTHUR (partly), a famous medieval English king, allegedly the VI century.
66) HELIOGABALUS, the Roman imperator allegedly of the III century.
Let's also list some found by us reflections of Holy Mary.
1) Mother of the great prince Andrew the Pious.
2) Janike-Khanym, the great Tartarian tsarina, allegedly the XIV century A.D.
3) Mary the "Pototskaya", in honor of whom the "Fountain of tears" was constructed in Bakhchisarai.
4) Larentia, a woman, who had feed Romulus and Rem.
5) The famous "Roman Wolf", who feed Romulus and Rem.
6) Isis (Izis), "ancient"-Egyptian godness.
7) Lucretia, the Roman patricianness.
8) Iphigenia, an "antique" heroine.
9) Artemis, an "ancient" godness.
10) Diana, an "ancient" godness.
11) Demetra, an "ancient" godness.
In the seventh chapter we show that the Battle of Kulikovo of the 1380 was three times reflected in the life story of king Arthur allegedly of the VI century. Two times as his battle with the giants and the third time – as the famous battle with the Roman Lucius. Here under the name of Arthur is described the great prince-khan Dmitry Ivanovich Donskoy, and under the name of Lucius – khan Mamay. Also we provide a list of all the TWENTY NINE found by us reflections of the Battle of Kulikovo in the Scaligerian "textbook of history".
So, we see that the medieval chroniclers and writers "seriously widened and prolonged" the authentic history, many times multiplying and binding the same plots. Then all the duplicates were wrongly announced to be related to the different epochs and different people.
We are thankful to Ò.N.Fomenko for many notes and additions, first of all, relatively to the Battle of Kulikovo in the "English Arthuriane".
Lomonosov Moscow State University