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WHEN GAIUS JULIUS CAESAR WAS DIED ACCORDING SERVII

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In Morozov (1) on p. 380 in chapter IV-IV is going about eclipse mentioned in Servius. In Ginzel's book (3) this eclipse is mentioned too with number 31.

Servius in "Notation to Virgilius" writes (2), (3, 31):

"Is famous that after Caesar's morder in senat the day before may ides (May 14) from 6-th hour till night was Sun defect, helding many hours, because of Virgilius says:"People was afraid of ethernal night".

 According to traditional history he died in 44BC. From 50BC to 33BC there were no Sun eclipses visible from Roma and Constantinopol. This fact is serious reason for doubts in correctness of traditional dating if we consider this information seriously.

 By Krasilnikov's canon we write all eclipses helding in Roma and Constantinopol in that and neighbour days to table 1. Was considered days from 14 to 16 May and years from 200 BC till 1500 CE.

Table 1.
                           Roma             Constantinopol
  207/05/14       12:48  0.726      13:18  0.725
  291/05/15       15:22  0.730      15:31  0.679
  709/05/14       04:53  0.495      04:51  0.354
  812/05/14       12:58  0.870      13:21  0.931
1230/05/14       03:47  0.757      03:31  0.701
1333/05/14       15:12  0.990      15:23  0.933

This eclipse is visible from the table that in certain stage are passing years 207, 29