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Diaria astronomica Babylonica

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Diaria astronomica Babylonica, inter tabulas fictiles reperta, eventa astronomica a Chaldaeis observata una cum rebus terrestribus per sex menses actis breviter referunt. E quibus ephemeridibus historici hodierni, motu planetarum et cometarum cognito, verificare possunt diem rerum gestarum praecipuarum sicut proelii ad Gaugamelam commissi, die 1 Octobris 331 a.C.n., et mortis Alexandri Macedonis die 11 Iunii 323. Diaria astronomica hodie in Museo Britannico iacent; edita sunt in tribus voluminibus ab Abrahamo Sachs et Herberto Hunger.

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  • Paul Bernard, "Nouvelle contribution de l'épigraphie cunéiforme à l'histoire hellénistique" in Bulletin de correspondance hellénique vol. 114 (1990) pp. 513-541
  • M. J. Geller, "Babylonian Astronomical Diaries and Corrections of Diodorus" in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies vol. 53 (1990) pp. 1-7
  • Dov Gera, Wayne Horowitz, "Antiochus IV in Life and Death: Evidence from the Babylonian Astronomical Diaries" in Journal of the American Oriental Society vol. 117 (1997) pp. 240-252
  • Otto Neugebauer, A History of ancient mathematical astronomy (Berolini: Springer, 1975. ISBN 3-540-06995-X) pp. 351–352
  • A. J. Sachs, "Achaemenid royal names in Babylonian astronomical texts" in American journal of ancient history vol. 2 pars 2 (1977) pp. 129-147
  • A. Sachs, H. Hunger, Astronomical Diaries and Related Texts from Babylon. Voll. 1-3. Vindobonae, 1988-1996
  • Francis Richard Stephenson, Historical Eclipses and Earth's rotation. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 1997. ISBN 0-521-46194-4