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6th and 5th century BC double-dated Aramaic Papyri excavated from Elephantine Egypt

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AP 5: Elul 18, Pachons 28, year 15, Xerxes, (471 BC)
AP 6: Kislev 18, Thoth (17 ?), year 21* (ascension), Artexerxes, (464 BC)
AP 8: Kislev 21, Mesore(21 ?), year 6 ?, Artexerxes I, 459 BC   damaged / conjecture
AP 9:   damaged useless
Kraeling 14:   incomplete / damaged useless
Kraeling 1: Phamenoth 25, Sivan 20, year 14, Artexerxes I, (451 BC)   Egyptian month placed 1st
Kraeling 2: [Tammuz] 18, Pharmuthi [2], year 16, Artexerxes I, (449 BC)   Broken Jewish month name and Egyptian day number / restored astronomically
AP 13: Kislev 2 ?, Mesore (10 or 11?), year 19 Artexerxes I, (446 BC) Jewish day number impartial and likely is 2. Egyptian day number most likely reads 10 but possibly 11.
AP 14: Ab 14, Pachons 19, year 25, Artexerxes I, (440 BC)
Kraeling 3: Elul 7, Payni 9, year 28, Artexerxes I, (437 BC)
AP 10: Kislev 7, Thoth 4, year [2]9, Artexerxes I, (437 BC) year says 2, but year 29 likely
Kraeling 4: Tishri 25, Epiphi 25, year 31, Artexerxes I, (434 BC)
Kraeling 5: Sivan 20, Phamenoth 7, year 38, Artexerxes I, (427 BC)
Kraeling 6: Pharmuthi 8, Tammuz 8, year 3, Darius II, (420 BC)
Kraeling 8: Tishri 6, Payni [epiphe] 22, year 8, Darius II, (416 BC) scribal error
AP 25: Kislev 3, year 8, Thoth 12, year 9, Darius II, (416 BC)
AP 28: Shebat 24, year 13, Athyr 9, year 14, Darius II, (410 BC)
Kraeling 9: Marcheshvan 24, Mesore 29, year 1, Artexerxes II, (404 BC)
Kraeling 10: Adar 20, Choiak 8, year 3, Artexerxes II, (402 BC)

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Babylonian Dates are based on the work of Richard A. Parker and Waldo H. Dubberstein entited "Babylonian Chronology 620 B.C. - A.D. 75"

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Julian Day Num - Std:

1732480.10106086
Date:
4/10/31 AD
Time:
14:25:32:
Year / Astronomical Year:
31 AD / 31
Sunset: nominally 6pm

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