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t.e. 2't.e. 2'

ina a-mat dEN u dGAŠAN-ia₂ liš-lim

(t.e. 2) At the command of Bel and Beltija may it go well.

Obverse
o 1'o 1'

MU 19.KAM I.se-lu-ku LUGAL ITU.GU₄ EN 16 MUL₂.[BABBAR ...]

(o 1) Year 19, king Seleucus. Month II, until the 16th, Jupi[ter ...]

o 2'2'

ITU.ŠU 16 MUL₂.BABBAR ana ME E-a ITU.KIN EN [...]

(o 2) became stationary. Month IV, the 16th, Jupiter's acronychal rising. Month VI, until [...]

o 3'3'

ITU.AB 26 MUL₂.BABBAR ina TIL GU ŠU₂ ITU.ŠE 2 MUL₂⸣.[BABBAR ...]

(o 3) Month X, the 26th, Jupiter's last appearance in the end of Aquarius. Month XII, the 2nd, J[upiter's first appearance ...]


o 4'4'

MU 1.KAM I.se-lu-ku ša₂ IGI-ta MU 7 ITU.⸢NE? [...]

(o 4) Year 1, Seleucus, which before (was) year 7. Month V?, [...]

o 5'5'

GE₆ 23 USAN MUL₂.BABBAR ana ŠU₂ ina LAL-šu₂ x [...]

(o 5) Night of the 23rd, first part of the night, Jupiter, while moving back to the west, was ... [...]

o 6'6'

e MUL₂-IGI-ša₂-SUḪUR-MAŠ₂ [...]

(o 6) [...] above γ Capricorni.


o 7'7'

[MU 1].⸢22.KAM I[...]

(o 7) [Year 8]2, [...]

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Column i
r i 1'r i 1'

ITU.DU₆ GE₆ 28 x x x

(r i 1) Month VII, night of the 28th, ...

r i 2'2'

AN.KU₁₀ šamaš₂ ša₂ DIB

(r i 2) solar eclipse which was omitted.

r i 3'3'

ITU.APIN GE₆ 14 in 3

(r i 3) Month VIII, night of the 14th, at

r i 4'4'

ana KUR šamaš₂ A₂ KUR ki-i

(r i 4) before sunrise, when it began on the east side,

r i 5'5'

TAB-u₂ ad₂ ŠU₂ ŠE⸣.DIR

(r i 5) it set eclipsed. Month XII was intercalary.

Column ii
r ii 1'r ii 1'

NE [...]

(r ii 1) Month V, [...]

r ii 2'2'

⸢14⸣ [x ŠU₂ ...]

(r ii 2) The 1[4th, moonset to sunrise: ...]

r ii 3'3'

⸢15⸣ [x ME ...]

(r ii 3) The 15th, [moonrise to sunset: ...]

r ii 4'4'

15 [x na ...]

(r ii 4) The 15th, [sunrise to moonset: ...]

r ii 5'5'

16 [x GE₆ ...]

(r ii 5) The 16th, [sunset to moonrise: ...]

r ii 6'6'

27 10+[x ...]

(r ii 6) The 27th, (moonrise to sunrise:) 10+[ ...]

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b.e. 1'b.e. 1'

U₄ 1.KAM IGI.DU₈.A.MEŠ DIB-qa.MEŠ u AN.KU₁₀.[MEŠ ...]

(b.e. 1) First days, appearances, passings and eclipses [...]