The landmarks of the parallelism between the Chinese and the phantom European history before the X century A.
The parties that went to battle and won, and the ones that lost, but wrote history. Suspiciously high frequency of improbable occurrences in Scaligerian history. What we come up with when we read Chinese texts and translate Chinese names. Strange destructions of “ancient” coin hoardings in the Middle Ages. The “ancient” Golden Fleece and its double from the XV century. Mediaeval geographical names were in a state of constant flux. On the names of the rivers (such as the Don, the Danube, the Dnepr and the Dniester). The hussars, the Khazars, the cuirassiers and the Czar-Assyrians (or Sar-Russians).