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    Posted: 31-Jan-2018 at 14:29
Historians have 2 invasions of Caesar though only 1 year apart, and the HRB has 3 invasions of Caesar.
The ASC has Caesar's invasion in 60 bc. So we have 3 different dates.
There are different calendars: AUC/YOR from 753 bc. AD/BC from 7/4/0/1 bc/ad or from crucifiction/resurrection date. Anno Mundi from various ancient dates (4004 bc, 3761 bc, 5000s bc) or from Flood (or Exodus or Atlantis). Julian or Gregorian (Caesar changed calendar slightly).
Because the popes list really matches Roman Emperors list the "Jesus Christ" of Christian/Catholic/Papal Romans and Arthurian is either Julius Caesar or Augustus or Claudius or Jupiter/Zeus.

Yes i saw the possible symmetry/pattern of dates too in the HB of 47 bc, 47 ad, 348, (438 or) 447 (or 458), (537 or) 547/146, (597,) 946. There are a number of possible reasons for a 20/30/40 or so difference in dates in Arthurian sources but each time i saw possible reasons i didn't note them so not sure if i can remember them all.

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