А.Т.Fomenko, G.V.Nosovskiy

New data about Virgin Mary and Andronicus-Christ, the Villain war of Novgorodians, Dmitry Donskoy and Mamay, Alexander Nevskiy and the Battle on the Ice on the pages of the antique "History of Rome" of Titus Livius and the Old Testament




1. A short reminder about the basics and methods of the new chronology.
2. A short reconstruction of the history of the Great = "Mongol" empire.

Chapter 1.
(New data about Holy Mary and Andronicus-Christ from the XII century A.D., found out in the history of Tsar Rome allegedly of the VIII-VI centuries B.C.).
1. New astronomical datings of the ancient zodiacs, which recently came to the area of our attention.
1.1. A Christian zodiac from the Italian city of Padua (zodiac "PD").
1.1.1. Description and decoding of the zodiac.
1.1.2. On the zodiac "PD" there is a date: March 7, 1524 A.D.
1.1.3. If in the XVI century in Italy people used an Orthodox calendar equinox?
1.1.4. A screening of the preliminary astronomical solutions and a choice of a full solution.
1.1.5. Conclusions.
1.2. The second zodiac of Senenmut "SX" contains a date: June 17-18, 1148 A.D.
2. Earlier we already found the identification of Tsar Rome with the Second and the Third Roman Empires, and also with the Great = "Mongol" Empire.
3. On the old Swedish maps "New Rome" was really expressed in Russia, between Oka and Volga.
4. A quarrel between Romulus and Rem finishes with a murder of Rem, it is the battle of Konstantin the Great with Maxentius (Licinius). That is the Battle of Kulikovo of 1380.
4.1. Evidences of Livius and Plutarch.
4.2. A legend about the foundation of Rome by Romulus absorbed data about the movement of the capital of Empire from Old Rome to New Rome by Konstantin the Great.
4.3. A celestial sign to Romulus and Rem at the foundation of Rome – it is a "vision of Cross" in the sky to Konstantin the Great during the battle with Maxentius (Licinius).
4.4. The murder of Rem in a scrap and the death of Maxentius (chan Mamay) at the field of the Battle of Kulikovo.
4.5. A jump of Romulus across a ditch and a fall of Maxentius into Tiber from the Millville bridge. The death of Rem and the death of Maxentius.
4.6. A myth about Romulus and Rem consists of two layers: events of the end of XII – beginning of XIII century and events of the end of XIV century.
5. Livius starts his tale about the foundation of Rome with a legend about Aeneas, his son Ascanius and Creusa, a mother of Ascanius.
6. The birth of Romulus and the birth of Christ. Virgin Mary, the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Birth.
6.1. An evidence of Plutarch.
6.2. A miracle of birth.
6.3. A bloodthirsty, "bad" tsar Tarchetius.
6.4. Fire, Apparition and Virgin Birth.
6.5. Arrival of an informer in the dream of tsar or husband.
6.6. A prediction of informer-oracles about the birth of the great son.
6.7. "The bad tsar" wants to kill two infants.
6.8. A runaway of the Holy Family to Egypt and a rescue of Christ. Virgin Mary, a mother of Christ = "antique" Romulus, is described by Livius as a woman Larentia named "She-wolf".
6.9. On many pictures Virgin Mary hugs two infants – Christ and John the Baptist. Two "antique" brothers-twins, Romulus and Rem, - these are, probably, Christ and John the Baptist.
6.10. A tall height of Romulus and a tall height of Andronicus-Christ.
7. Other legends about the wonderful birth of Romulus and about the Virgin Birth. Virgin Mary on the pages of "The History" of Livius.
7.1. "Bad" tsar Amulius and evangelic tsar Herod. The mother of Romulus (Elijah- Rhea Silvia) and Virgin Mary.
7.2. The Virgin Birth. Virgin Mary and "antique" vestal virgin.
7.3. The Holy Spirit and the devoted to it bird – pigeon or woodpecker. The evangelic annunciation of Virgin Mary.
7.4. The intrigues of "bad" tsar against the born royal Infant.
7.5. A runaway of Virgin Mary with Christ to Egypt and a wonderful rescue of infant Romulus (and Rem).
7.6. Some ancient authors condemned Virgin Mary. A skeptical Judaic version about the birth of Romulus-Christ on the pages of Plutarch.
7.7. God's mother Mary and one more tale of Plutarch about "celestial woman Larentia". Larentia "number two" and the Virgin Birth.
8. The birth of Christ-Romulus with a Caesarian operation. The famous statue of the Capitol wolf was a symbol of Virgin Mary.
8.1. A mysterious Lupercalia, the sense of which is not clear to Plutarch. Actually the holiday was devoted to Virgin Mary.
8.2. Infant Romulus.
8.3. The holiday Lupercalia.
8.4. Lupa = "Wolf" = woman Larentia – it is a reflection of Virgin Mary in the "antique" history of Tsar Romulus.
8.5. A bloody knife, with which people carefully touch "the forehead" during Lupercalia, it is, probably, a surgeon's instrument, used by a doctor during the Caesarian operation.
8.6. "A lough" of the boys, from who blood is wiped.
8.7. Lupercians run naked.
8.8. The young Roman women thought that the beats during the holiday Lupercalia ease the lying-in.
8.9. "Antique" goat Amalthaea – it is a goat, usually expressed near newborn Christ-Romulus.
8.10. What means the word "Lupercа"?
9. Romulus-Christ and a baptism with fire.
10. Romulus (Christ) and Rem (John the Baptist) become national commanders in Rome. The death of Rem and the death of John the Baptist.
11. The godliness of Romulus and the godliness of Christ.
12. Twelve lictors of Romulus and twelve apostles of Christ.
13. The popularity of Romulus among folks and a hate to him from the side of nobles. The same is told about Andronicus-Christ.
14. The growing strain in Rome. The issue is going to a rebel against Romulus-Christ.
15. An arrest of Christ and an arrest of Rem. A conversation with Pilate and a conversation with Numitor.
15.1. What Plutarch and Livius tell?
15.2. Rem and Romulus head the folk movement. Pontius Pilate and tsar Herod – these are, correspondingly, Numitor and Amulius.
15.3. An Arrest of Rem and an arrest of Christ.
15.4. A military confrontation between the followers of Christ-Rem and the assaulters, wanting to arrest him. But there were no victims.
15.5. Captivated Christ-Rem was brought to Herod-Amulius and Pilates-Numitor.
15.6. A conversation of Pilate with Christ and a conversation of Numitor with Rem.
15.7. A wife of Pilate asks to spare Christ. A daughter of Numitor secretly speaks with Numitor about Rem (and Romulus).
15.8. A trough, in which Romulus and Rem floated; and a mill stone, on which Christ floated. The evangelic miracle "of walking by the sea of Christ".
15.9. The death of Rem and the punishment of Christ.
16. The holy "tree" of Romulus and the cross of Christ.
17. The spear of Romulus and the cross or pillar, on which Christ was crucified and hit with a spear in the hip.
18. "The victory tree" of Romulus and the Cross of Christ. A sacred procession of Romulus-Christ on the Calvary.
18.1. The tale of Plutarch.
18.2. A vow to god Jove and a debt of atonement, executed by Christ at the will of God Father.
18.3. The huge tree - "a victory trophy", which Romulus brings on his shoulder.
18.4. Long hair of Andronicus-Christ and long hair of Romulus.
18.5. Romulus brings "the Victory Tree" on his shoulder, accompanied by weaponed soldiers and folks.
18.6. The armors of the killed tsar, hanging on "the Victory Tree" of Romulus.
18.7. The crown of thorns of Christ and the laurel wreath of Romulus.
18.8. "The Victory Tree" of Romulus as a gift to Jove-Astonishing.
18.9. The procession of Romulus and the procession of Christ on the Calvary. The latest medieval mysteries, expressing the Passions of Christ. A sacred procession around the Christian churches.
19. The famous "antique" Coliseum was constructed as a Christian church. And most likely not earlier the XV century.
19.1. The traces of Christian symbols in the Coliseum remained right until the end of the XIX century.
19.2. When the "antique" Coliseum, shown to tourists today, was constructed?
20. The death of Romulus near Rome and the death of Andronicus-Christ at the Calvary as a result of rebel in Tsar-Grad = Jerusalem.
20.1. The evidences of Livius and Plutarch.
20.2. A huge assembly of people, Roman troops at the disappearance of Romulus and the folk crowds, armored Roman soldiers, watching the crucifixion of Christ.
20.3. A sun eclipse, thunderstorm at the moment of disappearance of Romulus and a sun eclipse, earthquake at the crucifixion of Andronicus-Christ.
20.4. The empty "tsar throne" at the moment of "disappearance" of Romulus and the empty cross, from which the body of Christ was taken off.
20.5. Why tsar Romulus disappeared exactly at the "Goat bog"?
20.6. People praise disappeared Romulus as a powerful god. The new name of Romulus - Quirinus – could mean "Resurrected".
20.7. The murder of Andronicus-Christ and his martyrish death. And tsar Romulus was torn by fathers-senators.
21. The mysterious disappearance of the body of Romulus and the disappearance of the body of Christ from the tomb, after the crucifixion and Resurrection.
22. The appearance of Christ to his pupils after the crucifixion and the appearance of Romulus to Proculus Julius after his disappearance.
23. The ascension of Romulus to heaven – it is the Ascension of Christ to heaven.
24. A repeated return of Plutarch to "the disappearance" of Romulus at a description of the following him tsar - Numa Pompilius.
25. "A curve stick", which Romulus brought with him. Its loss and wonderful identification – it is the Acquisition of the True Lord's Cross by Tsarina Helen.
26. The history of the Acquisition of the True Lord's Cross on the Florentine fresco of the XIV century. Byzantine empress Helen, she is also Biblical Queen of Sabba, - it is Russian princess Olga.
27. Imperator Heraklius, he is also Konstantin the Great = Dmitry Donskoy. Persian shah Khosrov (Khozroy), he is also Mamay.
28. Other legends about the death and Resurrection of Christ on the pages of the book of Plutarch.
29. An abduction of the Sabine women at the beginning of Tsar Rome and the abduction of Helen in the Trojan war of the XIII century A.D. A cruel war of Rome with the Sabines.
30. The war of Tsar Rome with the Latins and the Trojan war of the XIII century A.D. A wild fig tree, goat and a wooden Trojan horse.
31. An abduction of the Sabine women in "antique" Rome is in a considerable measure a reflection of the abduction of wives by the villains in Russian Novgorod. A Villain Town near Yaroslavl-Novgorod.
32. Why in the Villain war the Novgorodians won their villains using whips, not swords?
33. Historians have a problem: why the Villain Town was placed near Yaroslavl, not near Novgorod on Volkhov on the bogs?
34. It appears that "antique" Herodotus tells about the Villain War because of the wives. So, he knew well the history of Russia-Horde of the XIV-XVI centuries.
35. Herodotus once again returns to the Villain War of Novgorodians because of the wives (abduction of the Sabine women), this time calling it a war because of the Amazons.
36. Why at the epoch of Romanovs the name "Novgorod", taken from Yaroslavl, was moved exactly to the North-West, on the bank of the lake Ilmen?
37. On the old map from the book of Herberstein it is well seen that the mapmakers of the XVI-XVII centuries had faked the history.
38. The Villain War of Novgorodians on the pages of the famous "Odyssey" of well-sounding Homer. The lowered bow of Odyssey.
39. The Villain War of Novgorodians was also described by "antique" Pompeius Trogus.

Chapter 2.
(New data about Andronicus-Christ: it appeared that he was one more time described by Livius as Etruscan Servius Tullius, the Roman tsar).
1. The birth of tsar Servius Tullius and the birth of Christ, the Tsar of Fame.
1.1. Our logical conclusion and the evidence of Livius.
1.2. The celestial fire, connected with the conception or birth of Servius Tullius, or with his infancy.
2. The baptism of Christ in Jordan is described by Livius as an attempt to blow out with water the celestial fire around the head of Servius Tullius.
3. A mother of Servius Tullius, that is God's Mother Mary, was an Et-Rurian woman, probably Russian. An oppositional Judaic version about allegedly low origin of Servius Tullius = Christ also reflected in the work of Livius.
4. At the time of tsar Tarquinius the Old his successor Servius Tullius comes out. Equally, at the time of first-honored Alexey Komnin, a tutor of young tsar Alexey Komnin, their successor Andronicus-Christ comes out.
5. Tsarina Tanaquille, a wife of Tarquinius the Old puts forward Servius Tullius. Equally, born to the crown caesarine Mary, a sister of tsar Alexey Komnin, puts forward Andronicus-Christ.
6. The attack on Tarquinius the Old and the attack on first-honored Alexey Komnin. In both cases tsar was seriously hurt, but stayed alive for some time.
7. Servius Tullius is put on the Roman throne by tsarina Tanaquille. Andronicus-Christ is put on the throne of Tsar-Grad by born to the crown caesarine Mary.
8. Servius Tullius becomes a tsar in the presence of alive tsar Tarquinius the Old. Andronicus-Christ becomes a tsar and co-ruler of young tsar Alexey Komnin.
9. A quick death of Tarquinius the Old and a quick death of Alexey Komnin.
10. Servius Tullius became a tsar thanks to Tanaquille, a wife of Tarquinius the Old. Having become a tsar, Andronicus allegedly married Anna, a former wife of young tsar Alexey Komnin.
11. About the name "Servius" and allegedly slave origin of tsar Etruscan Servius Tullius, that is Andronicus-Christ.
12. Evidenses about the et-rurian, actually, Russian origin of Servius Tullius, which is Andronicus-Christ. Stormy argues of historians on this topic. Caelius Vivenna and John the Baptist.
13. The baptism and "the immolation" of Christ on the pages of "The History" of Livius. Christ-Taurean and Mitre-Christ.
13.1. The tale of Livius.
13.2. The immolation of Taurean-Christ. A cult of Mitre and the immolation of Taurean-Bull.
13.3. The baptism of Christ in Jordan and the evangelic scene: "Pilate washes hands".
14. The reforms of Servius Tullius = Christ evoked love of folks to him and hate of the nobility.
15. A plot against Servius Tullius, organized by Tarquinius the Proud, and a plot against Andronicus-Christ, organized by Isaac the Angel.
16. The rebellion in Rome and the rebellion in Tsar-Grad = evangelic Jerusalem. A trial at Servius Tullius and a trial at Christ.
17. The punishment of Servius Tullius and the punishment of Andronicus-Christ.
17.1. An attempt of runaway of Servius Tullius. He was caught and killed.
17.2. The stairs, from which Servius Tullius was thrown off, and the stairs, from which prince Andrew the Pious was killed. And also the stairs, by means of which the body of Christ was taken off.
17.3. The body of "cut off" Servius Tullius under the hill, where there were a lot of people. Christ was punished on the Calvary at the presence of soldiers and crowd.
17.4. A daughter of Tullius, who actively participated in the murder of her father Servius Tullius, and a guileful wife-killer of Andrew the Pious.
17.5. Mad hordes, which pulled a wagon across the body of Servius Tullius and "mad" Komnins, who killed Andronicus. And also the death of Russian prince Oleg "because of the horse".
17.6. A wagon, which pressed Servius Tullius and a cross, under the weight of which Christ fall.
18. Servius Tullius was not buried. Christ was not buried and resurrected.
19. The brainpan of Adam, buried near the basement of the cross, on which Christ was crucified. A wonderful finding of "a human head" on the mountain after the punishment of Servius Tullius.
20. The Roman law of "nailing", adopted in some time after the death of Servius Tullius, and the nails, with which Christ was nailed to the cross.
21. Evangelic Herod and Herodias in the work of Livius. The death of John the Baptist made an input to the story about the death of Servius Tullius.
21.1. The tale of Livius about Tarquinius the Proud and Tullia the Fierce.
21.2. Two brothers and a wife, moving from one brother to another.
21.3. John the Baptist condemns the marriage of Herod on Herodias. Servius Tullius doesn't like, but doesn't forbid the marriage of Lucius Tarquinius on Tullia the Fierce.
21.4. Angry Herodias sets Herod on John the Baptist. Tullia the Fierce sets Lucius on Servius Tullius.
21.5. Herod yields to pressure of Herodias and punishes John the Baptist. Lucius yields to the pressure Tullia the Fierce and punishes Servius Tullius.
22. The Tarquinian broke out, in particular, as a revenge for the murder of Servius Tullius. The Trojan war was a revenge for the crucifixion of Andronicus-Christ.
23. An offence of the Roman beauty Lucretia by Tarquinians – it is the abduction of Helen of Troy by the Trojans, the main reason of the Tarquinian = Trojan war.
24. Virgin Mary is described by Livius as Roman Lucretia, then as Larentia and "Wolf" (who breed Romulus and Rem), and also as Rhea Silvia (a mother of Romulus and Rem).
24.1. A tale of Livius about the legendary beauty Lucretia.
24.2. The Judaic version about a violence of the Roman soldier against Virgin Mary and a violence of the Roman Sextus Tarquinius against Lucretia.
24.3. A Slavonic image of Virgin Mary.
24.4. A violence against Mary and a violence against Lucretia.
24.5. The death of Lucretia and the request of the Jews to punish Virgin Mary.
25. The death of Lucretia and a bloody knife. The Roman holiday Lupercalia in memory of Larentia-Lupa and again a bloody knife. The assumption of Holy Mary and the piercing her swords. The Caesarian operation.
26. Cutting with a sword of some human body and his wonderful accretion during the Assumption of Holy Mary – it is a reflection of the birth of Christ by means of the Caesarian operation.
27. An interesting fresco, devoted to Mary, telling about a wonderful finding and salvation of an infant and, at the same time, about a wonderful salvation of the "governess".
28. Why in Gospels "knife-sword of Lucretia-Mary" was reflected allegorically, and Livius rather openly told about it.
29. Our reconstruction of the mistakes of medieval chronologists.
30. In the history of architecture it is known that the plans of "antique" Rome of the epoch of Servius Tullius "for some reason" were very similar to the plans of the Moscow White City and the Moscow Skorodom.
31. Why a fir tree is put and decorated on Christmas and New Year?

Chapter 3.
(Andronicus-Christ in the history of Carthage = Tsar-Grad, wrongly related to "the deep ancientry").
1. Ancient Carthage – it is Tsar-Grad, it is also "New City", evangelic Jerusalem, "antique" Troy.
2. Andronicus-Christ was reflected in the history of Carthage as "Hannon".
2.1. The evidence of Paulus Orosius.
2.2. Hannan from Carthage and Andronicus-Christ.
2.3. Why chronologists wrongly placed Hannan from Carthage, who is Andronicus-Christ, to the IV century B.C.
3. The famous Punic wars of Rome with Carthage – these are internal wars of Russia-Horde and Tsar-Grad, and also a reflection of the Osman=ataman conquest of the XV-XVI centuries.
3.1. When the Punic wars took place?
3.2. Shortly about the overlapping of Punic wars of Rome on the wars of the XV-XVI centuries.

Chapter 4.
(The Battle of Kulikovo was reflected as the battle of Roman Titus Manlius Torquatus = David = Dmitry Donskoy with powerful Gall = Goliath = Mamay).
1. A reminder about the Battle of Kulikovo and the battle of David with Goliath. In the legends of which folks the Battle of Kulikovo reflected many times.
1.1. The Battle of Kulikovo.
1.2. The first guns were wooden. David and Goliath.
1.3. A list of found by us reflections of the Battle of Kulikovo.
2. "A dream of a Cross" of Konstantin the Great before the battle and a celestial sign to Dmitry Donskoy before the Battle of Kulikovo.
3. A tale of Livius about the battle of Roman Titus Manlius Torquatus with powerful Gall. Gall fell in the duel.
4. A tale of Sextus Aurelius Victor about the military tribune Titus Manlius.
5. What the Bible tells about the duel of David with giant Goliath.
6. Young Titus Manlius, a son of Lucius, a military tribune at the time of dictator Sulpicius – it is young David, an armor bearer of tsar Saul.
7. The invasion of Gauls and the Biblical invasion of the Philistines. A bridge across the river, separating the enemies. A duel on the bridge.
8. A bogatyr Gall plays up with the Romans and calls for a duel. Giant Goliath plays up with the Israelites and calls for a duel.
9. An uncertainty in the army of Romans and a fear in the army of Israelites. Finally a young hero, who accepts the challenge, appears.
10. Two warriors struggle in a duel between the standing armies. The young hero wins and cuts the head of Gall = Goliath.
11. Why Gall-Goliath "showed his tongue to romans"? The battle of Romans (= Israelites = warriors of Dmitry Donskoy) with Gauls= Philistines = warriors of chan Mamay) was religious.
12. A slow development of mind and speech of Titus Manlius – it is "madness" of Biblical David.
13. Young Titus Manlius was sent to the village buy his father. Young David was sent to a far pasture by his father.
14. Titus Manlius saved his father. David saved his father and all relatives.
15. Titus Manlius threatens Pomponius with a sword at night. Weaponed David comes to tsar Saul at night and threatens him.
15.1. The ancient Roman evidences.
15.2. A correspondence of the Roman and old Testament versions.
16. A repeated mentioning of in the Old Testament of the threat of tsar David to tsar Saul – it is a repeat of the Roman tale about the threat of Titus Manlius to tribune Pomponius.
17. The disavowal of Titus Manlius from the consulate and the disavowal of David from the tsar power.

Chapter 5.
(The Gaulish war of Rome as one more reflection of the Battle of Kulikovo. David = Marcus Valerius. Goliath = Gall).
1. The evidence of Livius about the battle of Marcus Valerius with powerful Gall.
2. A young tribune Marcus Valerius as one more reflection of young David = Dmitry Donskoy. Overtaken Gall – it is Goliath = chan Mamay = "tartarian" warrior Chelubey.
3. The celestial sign, helping Marcus Valerius – it is the celestial sign, helping to Konstantin the Great. That is "a Sign of Cross" in the sky, the fire guns.
4. The Christian Jubilees of the XIV-XVI centuries and the "ancient"-Roman lectisterniums.
5. "Antique" Roman consuls – these are Russian-Hordian Novgorod posadniks of the XIV-XVI centuries.

Chapter 6.
(The battle of Dmitry Donskoy with Mamay is reflected in the Bible as the battle of David with Absalom, and in the work of Livius – as the war of Titus Manlius with the Latins).
1. The initial friendship of Romans with Latins. The initial friendship of Mamay and Dmitry Donskoy.
2. Friendship changes for enmity. The Latins fall on the companions Romans. Mamay becomes an enemy of Dmitry.
3. The doubts of Romans before the war with Latins and the doubts of Dmitry Donskoy before the war with Mamay.
4. Latins and Romans as one folk. The conflict, probably, was a religious one. Russians and Hordians were also one folk. The Battle of Kulikovo was religious.
5. A Latin Annius was beaten by the Roman Titus Manlius and died. Chan Mamay was beated by Dmitry Donskoy and soon died. The war was announced holy and lead by the gods.
6. Beginning of the war of Romans with Latins and beginning of the war of Dmitry Donskoy with Mamay.
7. A prophetic dream of Titus Manlius before the battle and a prophetic dream to imperator Konstantin the Great before the battle.
8. The victory of young Titus Manlius-son in the duel with Latin Geminus. The duel of David with Goliath and the duel of Enoch Peresvet with Chelubey.
8.1. The tale of Livius.
8.2. Livius and the Old Testament tell nearly the same here.
9. Livius returns to the description of "the celestial sign", which gave the victory to Titus Manlius-father, that is Konstantin the Great = Dmitry Donskoy. Schemes-guns of Peresvet and Oslyabia.
10. The deadly flaming comet of Detius Moses in the Roman-Latin battle and the fire arms of Enoch Oslyabia (and Peresvet) in the Battle of Kulikovo.
11. The ambush of triars of Titus Manlius and the ambush of prince Vladimir in the Battle of Kulikovo.
12. The battle of David with Absalom – it is a fractional reflection of the Battle of Kulikovo in the Bible.
12.1. Livius about the punishment of Titus Manlius-son according to the order of Titus Manlius-father.
12.2. The punishment of Titus Manlius-son – it is one more reflection of the punishment of Ivan Velyaminov, that is chan Mamay.
12.3. An Old Testament tale about David and his son Absalom.
12.4. Titus Manlius–father and Biblical David. Titus Manlius-son and Biblical Absalom. Love, conflict and death of the son, "attached with his hair to a wooden pillar".
12.5. A condemnation of consul Titus Manlius-father by the Roman young people and a condemnation of tsar David by many of his citizens.
12.6. A refusal of Titus Manlius-father from the Consulate and a temporary self-removal of David from the tsardom.
13. The Battle of Kulikovo was reflected in the Old Testament as a war of David with Sheba Vaniamityanin.
13.1. The Old Testament tale about the rebellion of Sheba Vaniamityanin and his death.
13.2. Sheba Vaniamityanin against David and Ivan Venyaminov against Dmiry Donskoy. "Both" lost and were punished.
14. A deeper reflection of the Battle of Kulikovo in the Old Testament as the Battle of David with Philistines.
14.1. The evidences of the Bible and Joseph Flavius.
14.2. The battle of David with Philistines and the Battle of Kulikovo.
15. One more reflection of the Battle of Kulikovo in the "antique" Roman history as the battle of Clusia and Sentine.
15.1. The tale of Livius about the beginning of the war.
15.2. A furious religious "argue of women" before the war. It appears that the war was religious.
15.3. Virgin Mary is described by Livius as a patrician Virginia, who constructed a new holy chancel.
15.4. The famous et-Russian statue of the Capitoline Wolf – a symbol of Virgin Mary – was established in "antique" Rome at the epoch of the Battle of Kulikovo in honor of the victory.
15.5. An ancient description of the preparation of "the firewood" (wooden trunks) for the military purposes before the battle.
15.6. The Battle of Kulikovo near the rivers Yauza and Don (Moscow) is described by Livius as the battle of Clusia and Sentine.
15.7. A sign, given by the gods before the battle: a duel of "deer" and "wolf". The Battle of Kulikovo started with a duel of Peresvet and Chelubey, and of David and Goliath according to the Bible.
15.8. Publius Decius fall on the sword in the battle of Clusia and turned the anger of gods on the enemy. Enoch Oslyabia in the Battle of Kulikovo.
15.9. The battle of Clusia and Sentine is estimated as a huge, with many victims. Its great fame.

Chapter 7.
(The first Latin war of Rome as one more reflection of the Battle of Kulikovo).
1. The tale of Titus Livius about the battle near the Regillus lake.
2. The tale of Anneus Florus about the battle of the Regillus lake.
3. The celestial sign to Konstantin the Great and the celestial sign in the battle of the Regillus lake. What the "flag" the Roman commander threw forward?
4. The cruel battle. The battle of two commanders and their death.
5. The Old Testament Gideon - it is Dmitry Donskoy. He is also the "antique" Roman dictator-plougher. The Battle of Kulikovo and the battle of Gideon with the Madyans.
5.1. The Old Testament about Gideon and the Battle of Israelites with the Madyans.
5.2. "Bad" Madyan, oppressing the Israelites, and "bad" tartarians, oppressing Russia. Gideon – it is Dmitry Donskoy. The Madyans - these are the warriors of Mamay.
5.3. Gideon threshed bread, when an Angel called him for the war with the Madyans. The Roman dictator plaughed the ground when he was called for the war with Latins.
5.4. Gideon establishes a new religion and casts down the cult of Baal. Dmitry Donskoy raises the apostolic Christianity and wins the followers of tsar family Christianity.
5.5. A vision in a dream, which predicted the victory of Gideon, - it is "the dream of Konstantin", which showed his victory.
5.6. The tubes and jars with lamps of the Israelite warriors of Gideon – these are guns of Dmitry Donskoy on the Kulikovo field.
5.7. A wonderful, at first sight, idea that for the victory in the battle "not so many warriors were required".
5.8. A Russian epic "Three Ivans", as well as the Old Testament, also underlines a wonderful thought that "not so many warriors were required" for the victory on the Kulikovo field.
5.9. Why Gideon selected only those who "drank water in a proper way"?
5.10. The cut off head of Ivan Veliamonov = Mamay = Goliath = Gall and the cut heads of two princes – enemies of Gideon.
6. The battle of Romans with the Sabines allegedly of 458 A.D. The Romans were headed by a dictator-plougher.
6.1. Livius about the Roman dictator-plougher.
6.2. A correspondence with Biblical Gideon.
7. An impressing list of the found by us reflections of the Battle of Kulikovo in the work of Livius and Old Testament.

Chapter 8.
(A transmission of Moses across the sea and the death of the troops of pharaoh. The Istrian war of Rome).
1. A reminder about different reflections of the Battle on the Ice in the Greek-Roman "antiquity" and in the Bible.
2. The tale of Paulus Orosius.
3. Titus Livius about the Winter war.
4. Livius about the Istrian war and about the death of warriors on the bank of the sea and in the sea.
5. A correspondence with the Old Testament tale about the runaway of Moses and the death of the troops of pharaoh in the sea.
5.1. A battle on the sea bank.
5.2. One more repeat of Livius: the battle near Nessatia. A miracle of "putting water aside".
6. The death of Alexander of Epirus in "The History" of Livius as one more reflection of the Battle on the Ice, which is the transmission of Moses across the sea.

Chapter 9.
1. How Romanovs crushed the history of Russia-Horde. The planned destruction in the XIX century of around eight thousands of Russian-Hordian burial mounds.
2. On which language in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, a Swedish master of ceremonies at the presence of all the Swedish court pronounced the official burial speech at the funeral of the Swedish king Charles XI in 1697?
3. Why Russian tsars of the epoch of Romanovs washed their hands after they were respectfully touched by the Western ambassadors at the tsar gatherings?
4. Why the famous Biblical city was called Jericho?
5. One more bright example of writing of the date of the Christianization of Russia on the halo of Christ in the cathedral of the Ordination of the Moscow Kremlin.
6. Some more examples of the old Russian-Hordian churches, showing, what was the architecture of the Russian-Hordian churches.
7. Who is expressed on the famous Roman statue of "Marcus Aurelius"?
8. The Osman=ataman half-moons on the heads of Biblical personages in the Bible of Piscator of the XVII century.
9. Who was Mauro Orbini – an author of the book "About widening of the Slavonic folk"?
10. "A tracelessly disappeared" stone bas-relief with a signature in the the Dormition Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin, telling about Konstantin the Great = Dmitry Donskoy.