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28. During the same summer, at the beginning of the lunar month (apparently the only time when1 such an event is possible), and in the afternoon, there was an eclipse of the sun, which took the form of a crescent, and then became full again; during the eclipse a few stars were visible.

1 Eclipse of the sun.

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