The years from 618 to 907 in the history of many civilizations are absent

Surely everyone at least once in his life asked himself where time has gone. Perhaps it flew unnoticed while talking with friend or at work. Sometimes an hour may seem like a minute week is day, and year is month. For those who lived between the 614th through the year 911 e., it may seem that this period is a length of 297 years have never been. Let’s start from the beginning … beginning countdown time. It is believed that the oldest calendar in the world dates back by the year 8000 BC e.: hunters and gatherers living on territories of modern Scotland, created a primitive calendar, taking into account the change of lunar phases and seasons. As you develop, each civilization in the world has created its own calendar, where more often all phases of the moon were taken into account – such was in Babylon and Maya. IN 2013, the world’s oldest calendar was discovered in Scottish field. The calendar includes a set of 12 holes (recesses), each probably contained one wooden pillar for each month of the year. The monument was used to map the phases of the moon. in order to track the lunar months. In the 1st century BC e. The Roman Empire imposed its calendar on the conquered peoples. is he appeared in the 46th year BC. e. and was based on the movement of the sun. IN it was 365 days and 12 months – this is the famous Julian the calendar. This calendar has been used in most European countries. over the next 1600 years, until Pope Gregory XIII introduced Gregorian calendar in 1582. The years from 618 to 907 in the history of many civilizations are absentPhotos from open sources

Gregory XIII

There were three reasons for this: he wanted Easter to always coincide with day of the spring equinox; it was necessary to remove the ten-day mistake, because according to the Julian calendar every year was missing 11 minutes and 14 seconds; also had to change the rules for leap year – now there was no extra day in years divisible by 100, if they were not a multiple of 400. The introduced changes took root, and We still use the Gregorian calendar. German historian Herbert Illig in 1911 published a hypothesis according to which we now live not in 2013, but in 1716 – “not enough” 297 years. These missing years have disappeared either by accident due to incorrect interpretation of documents, or due to intentional falsification. Of course, some amount of time was really lost that might be associated with replacing calendars for centuries – human errors and miscalculations are inevitable here. Pope Gregory XIII really made a mistake, but he only lost 13 days, not 297 years. The error was minor. But 297 years really “gone”: built in the year 800 BC e. architectural structures for example, they were no different from buildings 200 years later. Documentation of Islamic Growth in Persia and Europe Over This Period missing and there is no evidence of the actions of the Jewish people in times of great upheaval – these 297 years are “missing” from many civilizations. However, the “loss of time” for some reason did not concern Asia: for example, in China, from 618 to 907, the dynasty ruled Tan, about which there are written evidence. So someone in medieval Europe was supposed to convince the Chinese to create a fake dynasty, which was quite difficult. Believe it or not – everyone’s private affair. It’s like with Santa Claus: if not evidence of its existence, this does not mean that it is not exist.

China Moon Time

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