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Solving Tasks. RU has lost so many Generals in the latest abortive 'task', Putin is recalling his retired task-masters. No joke.
According to Kirby:Secret Alias wrote: ↑Sat Jun 11, 2022 4:22 pmMountainman bring forward your subjective and utterly ridiculous interpretation of the C14 evidence again. I need a laugh. https://peterkirby.com/gospel-of-judas- ... sults.htmlThe Gospel of Judas and the Nag Hammadi Codex I can be scientifically dated to the 4th century by C14
«The falsity of these documents was proven easily with major anachronisms and blunders... The time of compilation of this book should be considered after the 6th Paris Council held in 829 because much was borrowed from that cathedral by the counterfeiter, but before the Quercy Cathedral held in 857 when Karl The Bald, as they say, already shown these decretals as authoritative documents... Moreover, they now think that these documents were written in Metz and Ginkmar even says that this collection was brought from Spain by Riculf holding the Metz Department from 787 to 814»(ref 7, p. 418).
since the pro-democracy protests in 2011–12, the Russian government has hamstrung independent research and aligned state institutions in the promotion of militant patriotism. The entire state machinery has been mobilized to construe a single, glorious historical narrative with the focus on Soviet victory over Nazi Germany. Putin's Russia and the Falsification of History examines the intricate networks in Russia that engage in “historymaking.” Whether it is the Holocaust or Soviet mass terror, Tsars or Stalin, the regime promotes a syncretic interpretation of Russian history that supports the notion of a strong state and authoritarian rule. That interpretation finds its way into new monuments, exhibitions, and quasi-professional associations. In addition to administrative measures of control, the Russian state has been using the penal code to censor critical perspectives on history
Putin sees himself as Tsar? Of course he does.Another important factor which helps us understand the historical background of Orthodoxy is the practice of theocracy or political theology. As Hans Kung explains, a "symphony" or harmony of empire and imperial church was the demand of the time. The Christian emperors saw themselves as representatives of God's sole rule over the whole earth. Justinian I (527-565) regarded himself as the earthly governor for the heavenly "pantocrator" and proudly called himself "cosmocrator." What developed in the East thus, was not a church state, as was to develop in the West, but a state church. What counted for the Christian emperors was not just the New Testament - "One God, one faith, one baptism," but also "one empire, one law, one church" of Constantine and Justinian. This characteristic of the Hellenistic-Byzantine paradigm can be seen constantly from Byzantium to Moscow, where the Russian czar was even to have absolute power.
I finally gave this 300+ page "chapter" a quick read-over.crystallize wrote: ↑Sat Oct 01, 2022 10:48 am ... here is a revised [translation of] Chapter 1 [of M. M. Postnikov's "Critical Study on Chronology of the Ancient World" 1970] with some amendments in the text and also with page numbers, contents and a mobile-friendly formatting:
Chapter 1. Antique literature
§ 1. Tacitus and Poggio Bracciolini
§ 2. Literary hoaxes and fakes
§ 3. Figures of the Rennaissance
§ 4. Review of the origins of the most important compositions of the Antiquity
§ 5. On possibility of antique literature in general and its specific genres in particular
§ 6. Distribution of genres of antique literature overtime
§ 7. The beginning of Roman chronicle
§ 8. Roman calendar
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