Text #3624Almagest .
[Bk. 4 Ch. 6 pp. 191--192]
The second eclipse is recorded as occurring in the second year of Mardokempad, Thoth [month I] 18/19 in the Egyptian calendar [-719 Mar 8/9]. The [maximum] obscuration was 3 digits from the south exactly at midnight. So since mid-eclipse was exactly at midnight at Babylon, it must have been 5/6h before midnight at Alexandria, at which time the true position of the sun was (?) 13 3/4°.