The fake Millennium

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , /

Hello! There are truths in our life that are considered
indisputable: the multiplication table, the laws of logic, the day of the first manned
spaceflight, the chronology based on the birth of Jesus Christ. Regarding the latter, some researchers believe
that a whole millennium was simply added by the learned men in the 15th – 16th centuries. We will tell you about how this could happen,
however until watching this short video, don’t to judge those who dare to doubt that 2019
thousand years passed from the birth of Christ. What is it that these researchers found? For example, the portrait of August Ludwig
Schlözer, one of the authors of the Norman theory of the origin of Russian statehood. Under his name is the date: 1735th year, although
wait, instead of a unit is the letter “i”, and why? This is probably some kind of misunderstanding! But the same situation with the date on the
engraving portrait of the Italian composer Carlo Broschi, which dates from 1795. The capital letter “i” is separated by dots
from the numbers. In the same way the date of the 1524th year
is recorded on an engraving of Albrecht Dürer. We see that the first letter is depicted as
the letter “i”, as in the previous case, it is separated by dots on both sides, so
that it is not confused with numbers. But here’s another thing: the engraving depicts
the medieval publishing brand Ludouici Elzeuirij, the date 1595 is recorded on the left ribbon
in Arabic numerals. Here, the number one is indicated by the letter
“I”, separated by a dot from the numbers. But why? Or engraving by Hans Baldung Grien – German
Renaissance artist depicting angels and crucified Jesus. Here you can see that the sign depicting the
“thousand” is fundamentally different from the other two units and suspiciously resembles
the letter “J”. It has become so the artist realized the difference
between the first sign of the date and the others. So what does “i” or “J” mean? The most logical explanation is that this
is an abbreviated spelling of the name of Jesus, so we see the Latin and Greek “i” or
English, German and French “J”. On this medieval German coat of arms of Western
Saxony, the date is written without the first sign, i.e. 519th and 527th years of the birth
of Christ. You might think: “So what? People often make mistakes “… Then you have
to enter into polemics with the Italians of the Middle Ages. They called the century as if no thousand
in the dating existed. As we are now talking about the first ten
years of the 21st century: the two thousandth, and the Italians, for example, of the 15th
century, i.e. those who lived in the 1400s called their years simply “four hundredths”
– Quattrocento. What is a thousand? – No, not heard! And so with every century. Interestingly, this “disgrace” began with
the 1200s, which were called “two hundredths” – Duecento.

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