Knight Dieudonne de Gozon killed Tyrannosaurus in the 1300s

Knight Dieudonne de Gozon killed Tyrannosaurus in the 1300s
Knight Dieudonne de Gozon killed Tyrannosaurus in the 1300s
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"If something looks like a duck, floats like duck and quacks like duckthen this probably is duck", - this is the so-called «Duck test "- a test for the evidence of what is happening.

If on an ancient fresco "something" looks like Tyrannosaurusthen this is Tyrannosaurus.

We have two dinosaurs that match the appearance:

Tyrannosaurus and Velociraptor, but the latter is too small and does not fit in size, and outwardly it differs more than Tyrannosaurus.

Velociraptor (lat.Velociraptor) - a maniraptor from Asia that lived in the Cretaceous period 75-71 million years ago. It is the second largest brain among dinosaurs, the troodon is in the first place. He was one of the smartest dinosaurs of that time.

(top) Emporium, commercial harbor and views of old Rhodes; (below) the entrance to Mandraki, a military harbor, and a view of modern Rhodes.

The description of this event is as follows: “Dieudonne de Goson learned that there is a dragon living on the island of Rhodes in Greece, which is hiding in a local swamp and killing the livestock of local farmers.

Despite the fact that the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes forbade killing and demanded not to disturb the beast, Gozon personally killed the dragon and hung his head on one of the seven gates of the medieval city of Rhodes. "

The head of the dragon he killed hung on the gate until 1837, it was "disposed of" by the workers responsible for the repair of the castle

I'm not surprised that the dinosaur skull hanging on the gate was "disposed of", otherwise how could modern scientists explain all this? Most likely this dinosaur skull is now kept in some secret storage for artifacts.

Unfortunately, I do not know on which gate the skull of the dinosaur killed by the knight was fixed. In the ancient descriptions only "on one of the gates" is indicated.

Catherine's gate and relief detail

The Catherine Gate (or the Sea Gate) was the main gate of the city. They were built in 1478 year by Grand Master Pierre d'Aubusson as part of an effort to strengthen the fortifications of Rhodes from a very dangerous Ottoman attack: the attack actually took place just two years later. This gate cannot be the one on which the dinosaur skull hung.

D'Amboise gate and relief detail

The most impressive gate of Rhodes from a military point of view is without a doubt built by the Grand Master Emery d'Amboise: it was completed in 1512 year: the entrance was protected by two massive round towers, clearly intended to defend against the Ottoman cannon. This gate is also not suitable because it was built later than the life of the "Dragon Slayer".

Athanasius Gate and nearby St. Mary's Tower

The gate was closed in 1501 year by the Grand Master d'Aubusson, and this explains why they do not have the same level of fortifications as the gates of d'Amboise: the tower of Saint Mary was built, a round tower that controlled access to the gates. in 1441 by the great master Jean de Lastik. On Christmas Day 1522, after the surrender of the city on December 20, Sultan Suleiman entered through this gate, which was opened for the occasion. He then closed the gates again and they remained closed until 1922, when they were reopened for the 400th anniversary of the event and have remained open ever since. These are also built later.

Outer Gate of St. John; coat of arms of Grand Master Aubusson and bas-relief depicting Saint John (inner gate)

The outer gate of Saint John was built by Grand Master Aubusson to protect the former fortifications built by the Grand Masters Fluvian, Milli and Zakosta.In 1912, Italian troops entered Rhodes through this gate: an inscription dedicated to this event was placed in a rectangular empty frame to the left of the gate. And these are not the same …

(left) Mills Gate; (right) Gate of St. Anthony

According to some sources, the Mills Gate was actually called St. Catherine's Gate: the gate was the entrance to the Trade Center from the Jewish Quarter: it was not heavily fortified because the harbor was defended by other fortifications.

The gates of St. Anthony were the old western gate of Rhodes: after the rebuilding of the walls, they became the last gate of the Gate of Amboise.

1342 year.

The story is first recorded in 1521 year and narrated by a pilgrim who visited Rhodes on his way to the Holy Land. At this time, Rhodes still belonged to the Hospitallers. It says that between the city of Rhodes and the castle of Fileremo there was a church of Our Lady called Malapasson. This name was due to the fact that the place was impassable for travelers because of the serpent (or "worm"). An anonymous French knight defeated the worm with the help of dogs and later became Grand Master, third or fourth.

she was definitely still in 1829 and disappeared a little earlier than 1837.

By description "The head was flat on top, spotted like the head of a snake"

appeared in the vicinity of the village of Nerluk. He devastated the mouth of the Rhone and terrorized the population. Jacob Voraginsky describes it in the Golden Legend as follows:

“… there was a huge dragon, half an animal, and half a fish, more than a bull, longer than a horse, had teeth as sharp as a sword, and horns on all sides, a head like a lion's, a tail like a snake, and was covered with two wings, according to one on one side … "

There was no salvation for people until Saint Martha appeared in the city, after the death of Jesus she came to Provence. She sprinkled the beast with holy water, from which he became quiet and meek and even stopped chewing on the person he was eating. Saint Martha brought him, bound by a belt, into the city, and the inhabitants killed the beast.

This collection of legends and lives was compiled around 1260. Celebrations, legalized by King Rene the Good in 1469, with the dragging of a stuffed dragon, are held in Tarascona annually.

Drawing from 1827, copy of the original of an ancient fresco from Rhodes. The fresco was in a residential building, in the women's quarters. Rottier was allowed to see her (in an old Ottoman house)
year it was destroyed by a dynamite explosion. Who and why blew up the tombstone remained unknown, and later it was restored, but the new version of the inscription “Draconis Extinctor” was not written on it.

Caspar Schott, Le combat de Dorde de Gozon contre le Dragon de Rhodes

There are a lot of similar historical facts about battles with "dragons" and this indicates that the supposedly "extinct dinosaurs millions of years ago" were quite alive until the 18th century.

Of course, thanks to the "valiant knights" such as the one who killed the dinosaur in Rhodes, who with maniacal persistence arranged a real hunt for all animals that were considered "evil", and especially for "dragons", the surviving individuals survived hiding in the swamps and dense forests, but there they were found and destroyed.

The main thing is that the entire chronology of human history - the official chronology imposed on us with its “hundreds of millions of years ago” - is nonsense. Just think about the fact that dinosaurs walked the earth not only in the 1300s, they are mentioned during the reign of the Russian Tsar Peter the Great, and this, as you might guess, is not "hundreds of millions of years ago" at all.

The history of our civilization is much shorter and has hardly a few hundred years. The previous (s) civilization (s) - erased, and the new (our) was built on its (their) ruins, enveloping the real history with tons of lies and falsehood, inventing all these "millions of years of evolution" and so on and so forth nonsense.

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