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 In Morozov (1) on p. 379 in chapter IV-IV is going about eclipse mentioned in Virgilius.

Virgilius in his "Georgici" (2), (3, 31) writes:

"Who will bold to name Sun lying?
It often thorough reminds us,
That come nonforseeing alarms,
And there are ready to appear secret errors and wrs.
It even condolenced to Roma after Caesar's death,
When hided its head in dark rust
And people dangered thick night".

To regret we can find too many eclipses passing for this description whether we don't know the year of caesar's death.

 According to traditional history he died in 44BC. From 50BC to 33BC there were no Sun eclipses visible from Roma and Constantinopol.

 Once more this eclipse is described in Josephus Flavii, Ovidius, Tibull, Plutarch, Cedrenos, Aurelius Victor and Servii.


1. Morozov N.A. Christ. Volume 4. Moscow. Craft-Lean, 1998
2. Virgilius "Georgica". I, 463.
3. Spezieller Kanon der Sonnen- und Mondfinsternisse fur das Landregebiet der klassische Altertumswissenschaften und ben Zeitraum von 900 vor Chr. bis 600 nach Chr. von F.K.Ginzel Standigem Mitgliede des Konigl. Astronomische Recheninstitutes, Berlin Mayer & Muller 1899

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