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  • Otto Neugebauer
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Part of the Studies in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences book series (HISTORY, volume 1)

Abstract

The most essential requirement for any measuring unit is its constancy. In historical chronology, however, this condition is satisfied only in three cases: by the Egyptian years of 365 days, by the days themselves, counted consecutively as “julian days” beginning with day 0 = −4712 Jan. 1, and finally by the seven-day week.

Keywords

Solar Eclipse Diophantine Equation Outer Planet Kepler Motion Lunar Eclipse 
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