How Fake is Roman Antiquity?, by The First Millennium Revisionist – The Unz Review

This is the first of a series of three articles challenging the conventional historical framework of the Mediterranean world from the Roman Empire to the Crusades. It is a collective contribution to an old debate that has gained new momentum in recent decades in the fringe of the academic world, mostly in Germany, Russia, and France. Some working hypotheses will be made along the way, and the final article will suggest a global solution in the form of a paradigm shift based on hard archeological evidence. Tacitus and Bracciolini One of our most detailed historical sources on imperial Rome is

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