Chart of the empires

Book «La pau al món per la matemàtica de la història» (World peace through the mathematics of history), by Alexandre Deulofeu i Torres. Editorial Pòrtic. Page 150. Translation: Loto Perrella.

Chapter XXV: Chart of the empires.

I have demonstrated that the Persian Empire and the Roman Empire obey exactly the mathematical law which rules the evolution of empires. We have taken them as examples, the first one because it belongs to the Asian Empires, the second one because it was located in Europe and besides because of the importance which was attributed to it. We do not study the Macedonian Empire or the Carthaginian and, after Rome, we cannot do it either for the remaining empires of the first imperial wave which, as an assembly line arrives until the Moscow Empire. We shall not talk either of the second line, which starts in Europe with the Turkish Empire. Se shall consider, because it directly concerns us, the setting up of the Spanish Empire, we shall speak about it indirectly when we study the French Empire and the Austrian Empire, and we shall talk in more detail of present day empires, because through them we shall infer the future we may expect. However, I’ll give a table with the empires of the two imperial waves in which I show that the phases which we said all the empires follow, these phases actually come true for all the known empires. The reader will be able to do the full study of the empires in the corresponding volumes of our collected works, which, if nobody puts obstacles in the way, will be published shortly. The framework of the empires is as follows:

CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF THE PERSIAN, CARTHAGINIAN AND EUROPEAN EMPIRE

Empires

First aggressive process

Depression

Second aggressive process and fulfilment

Decline and passing

Total

Persian

835-733 BC

525-521 BC

521-490 BC

490-331 BC

504 years

Carthaginian

650-264 BC

264-237 BC

237-202 BC

202-146 BC

504 years

Macedonian

700-500 BC

500-423 BC

423-323 BC

323-146 BC

554 years

Roman

270-129 BC

129-58 BC

58-16 BC

16 BC-305

575 years

Goth

150 BC-300

300-401

401-507

507-713

563 years

Frank

250-561

561-626

626-815

815-843

593 years

Byzantine

500-578

578-717

717-1018

1018-1081

581 years

Teutonic

800-911

911-936

936-1056

1056-1300

500 years

Viking

850-1050

1050-1150

1150-1350

1350-1400

550 years

Danish

900-1103

1103-1150

1150-1227

1227-1475

575 years

Polish

1025-1227

1227-1306

1306-1572

1572-1609

584 years

Lithuanian

1000-1260

1260-1316

1316-1380

1380-1500

500 years

Teutonic Order

1000-1410

1410-1422

1422-1454

1454-1525

525 years

Muscovite

1450-1580

1580-1645

1645-1805

1805-

SECOND IMPERIAL WAVE

Turkish

1250-1400

1400-1422

1422-1572

1572-1839

589 years

Austrian

1437-1700

1700-1813

1813-1866

1866-1918

481 years

Spanish

1479-1643

1643-1706

1706-1759

1759-

French

1594-1697

1697-1793

1793-1939

1939-

English

1607-1783

1783-1800

1800-1950

1950-

German

1800-1918

1918-1935

1935-

Source: Alexandre Deulofeu. La pau al món per la matemàtica de la història (World peace through the mathematics of history). Catalan edition 1970, by Pòrtic. Page 150.