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famous historical figures whose existence is questionable

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The problem with history is that it's over. His health is difficult to say. Lies are gaining ground and sanctity over time. They live for centuries so it is difficult to separate truth from fiction and exaggerate reality. Today, we recognize the most famous historical figures whose presence or lack there is still a course of great controversy to this day.

 Shakespeare 

Shakespeare

 Shakespeare is certainly one of the greatest writers in history. He is a well-known historical figure, but there are doubts about how a person with a modest education like him could write with such mental awareness and poetic power that appears in his works. For centuries, many groups have emerged that have questioned Shakespeare's intellectual property for his reconstruction. His parents were probably illiterate and his children were as well. There are some people who believe that Shakespeare is just a fraud who stole his plays from other writers. More than 80 candidates have been submitted for being real employers. Among them are Francis Bacon Estado Derby and Christopher Marlowe. 

Francis Bacon Estado Derby and Christopher Marlowe.
Francis Bacon Estado Derby and Christopher Marlowe.


However, the vast majority of researchers in Chekbir's biography continue to argue that William Shakespeare wrote all the plays himself.


King Arthur 
 

King Arthur

He is one of the most well-known kings in history. But many scientists believe that his story is just a historical myth. In traditional stories, the brave king is said to echo the Saxon attack on Britain during the 5th or 6th century. But despite the king's victory in 12 consecutive battles, there is no mention of what we have come from the history of that period. In addition, no full depiction of the king appeared until the 9th century.

Pythagoras 

pythagoras


We all studied the famous Pythagorean theorems, but there is no evidence for the existence of Pythagoras himself. According to some sources, the Greek thinker lived during the fifth and sixth centuries BC. He is mentioned as a philosopher and mathematician, but in ancient times he was famous as the spiritual father of a religious sect obsessed with preparation and reincarnation. Although the science of Pythagoras is well documented. However, there are no sources documenting his historical life. All the sources and references that mention the thinker and his ideas and equations came to us from his followers who called themselves the Physagorians. The stories we have received about Pythagoras contain many myths and supernatural things. One says that Pythagoras' thigh was made of gold, and the other says that he was the son of the god Apollo.

Sun Tzu

Sun Tzu

He is the author of the world's bestselling military strategy guide. The Art of War is one of the most important and rare ancient manuscripts in history. The great importance of this book is due to the fact that most of its principles remain valid to this day. Although more than two thousand years have passed since it was written. Which made it the most important strategic book. Researchers believe that the ancient book was written in the fourth or fifth century, but no one knows for sure whether the mastermind of the Chinese army actually existed. Or is the book a compilation of Chinese wisdom collected by many sages over the centuries? It is then attributed to one writer.

 Homeros

Homeros

He is a legendary epic poet who lived during the eighth century BC. The two most famous Greek epics, the Iyad and the Odyssey are attributed to him. Many believe that Homer is a legend. Some believe that although he is true, he is not the only writer of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Or perhaps they were chosen from among the historical folk tales handed down between generations. Homer may have been the inventor of myths and epics written by a single writer. There is no accurate or confirmed information about Homer, such as saying that he was blind, or even the date of his existence. The epics narrated about him represent an accumulation of many centuries of oral storytelling and elaborate poetic performances.

 Lycurgus

Lycurgus

Lycurgus is a mysterious Spartan figure. Historians credit her with establishing the constitution and the Spartan military system. At some point between the seventh and ninth centuries, BC Lycurgus presented a set of reforms and resolute legislation in all areas. Like marriage, money, and raising children. Perhaps the most famous of these reforms is the physical education and rehabilitation of young children. Who made the boys of Sabbarta tough warriors. And while there is no doubt that reforms to Corgos have been passed. However, historians are still not sure. Whether the man himself exists in reality or not. The Spartans did not record their history using writing. Therefore, most of what is known about their most prominent leaders come from later sources. They are often very contradictory. The biography of Lycurgus contains many mythical events. One mentions that he ended his life by starving himself. Which led some to speculate that the figure similar to the gods is nothing but an innovation of the Spartans to attribute their culture to a single supernatural or innovative work.

 Mulan

Mulan


Mulan is the famous Chinese female warrior introduced by Disney. This inspiring young woman is embodied in the Chinese folk tale dating back to the fifth century. Which takes the place of her father as a fighter because he is too old to fight. She usually hides her identity. But most scholars agree that there is no evidence of the existence of this woman and that it is just a myth that the ancients of China used to motivate their daughters to take charge and take over the leadership if necessary.

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