Text #3789Astronomical Diaries and Related Texts from Babylonia & .
BM 34728 + 35418
11- [Night of the 27th, first part of the night, Mars was] 4 cubits [below(?) α] Arietis. The 27th, moonrise to sunrise: 13° 20’. The 28th, 56° before sunset, solar eclipse; when it began, in 12° daytime
12 – […] when it began [to cl]ear, it cleared from south to north in 11° daytime; 23° onset and clearing; during its eclipse blew the west wind which was slanted to the north.