Geographical sites:

  • Antioch (click here to focus in map) (see also Pleiades #658381)
    Pleiades_icon Antiochia/Theoupolis urban, settlement, amphitheatre Description: A city founded ca. 300 BC by Seleucus I Nicator, a successor of Alexander the Great. Antioch was a great trading center and numbered as one of the four cities of the Syrian tetrapolis. Justinian I renamed the city 'Theoupolis' in the sixth century AD.
  • Campania (click here to focus in map) (see also Pleiades #991350)
    Pleiades_icon Campania province Geocontext: Italia
    Description: An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 101 J3 Campania


Text #1089

Theophanes the Confessor. Chronicle
[p. 64]

345-346 AD: In the same year, there occured an eclipse of the sun on the 6th of the month of Daisos so that the stars were visible in the sky at the third hour of the day.

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