Text #6353Almagest .
[Bk. 4 Ch. 9 p. 206]
The second eclipse we used is the one observed in Alexandria in the ninth year of Hadrian. Pachon [IX] 17/18 in the Egyptian calendar [125 Apr. 5/6]. 3 3/5 equinoctial hours before midnight. At this eclipse too the moon was obscured 1/6th of its diameter from the south.1
Quoted from Historical Eclipses and Earth's Rotation [p. 372] ↩.