Great graphics! The problem here is, though, that the times for eclipses per the astro programs is distorted and does not match the observations in certain texts. This means for an academic reference, you have to calculate using the observation time vs the computer astro program time, which itself has been attempted to align with some Seleucid Period references, but not very well.
EXAMPLE: You have an excellent, slam-dunk reference between the SK400 and Ptolemy's canon for a partial 50% eclipse occurring in 523 BCE, year 7 of Kambyses. This eclipse time is stated to be "one hour before midnight." That is specific within 4 minutes for a Babylonian time reference. But if you check the program via the location of Babylon (Bagdad) against the time of occurrence, you get a 57-minute discrepancy. Now the canon could use this very specific reference, supported by the SK400 to adjust all eclipse times, but it doesn't. It prefers another. The SK400 says this eclipse occurred 3 hours and 20 minutes "before night." The division of the night called "night" is a period of 32 minutes after sunset. On this date, Tammuz 14, sunset occurred at 7:09 p.m. Add 32 minutes and you get 7:41 p.m. Add 3 hours and 20 minutes and you get 10:61 p.m. which is 11:01, which, of course, is "one hour before midnight." So it's a wonderful match. Only problem is, you don't get that match using the astro program, which is set to some other preferred calculation. So "in practice" you look at two possible eclipse time matches, one that reflects the actual text observation time and one from the program, which is flexible and not absolute.
That's why this whole discussion is such a joke. We have all these amateurs checking these astronomical observations and times, which is great and wonderful, but they have no idea that the observed references preempt the program times which are often poor matches and which are not absolute. For instance, some think the Earth's rotational speed has been decreasing over time. They found a discrepancy with current calculations and then invented the delta-T to try and make up for it. They just divided it up over 1500 years or so until it gradually aligned to our current times. It's a placebo and a band-aid. So when you see so many so deligently trying to align those observations with those erroneous lunar times, you just bust out laughing.
Plus the VAT4956 was likely the earliest diary created which hides secret references to the original timeline. But it used the original lunar times and position. Thus if you compare the VAT4956 lunar position and times with the programs there is a 14-16 hour discrepancy. This brings up the issue of the renaming of "The Rear Foot of the Lion" (GIR ar sa UR-A) from sigma-Leonis to beta-Virginis sometime after the VAT4956 was created. The two stars are 8 degrees apart. This represents a period of 16 hours. That is, given 360 degrees and 30 days around the zodiac, each day is 12 degrees. If 12 degrees is covered in 24 hours, then each degree covers 2 hours. So the 8 degrees between beta-Virginis and sigma-Leonis represents 16 hours.
This becomes a point of inquiry due to the SK400. Why? Because the time interval between the two eclipses mentioned in the SK400, which are specific is 2:46 minutes. This is not a match for 523 BCE, year 7 of Kambyses. But it is an interval match for 541 BCE, 18 years earlier where you have similar eclipses. This suggests that 541 BCE is the original date for "year 7" of Kambyses or some other Babylonian or Persian King. It does not fit Kambyses, but per the Bible, Nebuchadnezzar's 7th year falls in 541 BCE. That is, based on 455 BCE for the 1st of Cyrus per the Bible, you add 70 years to the 23rd of Nebuchadnezzar, the year of the last deportation. That means year 23 falls in 525 BCE and year 7 falls in 541 BCE. So "year 7" is a cryptic reference for 541 BCE to date year 7 of Nebuchadnezzar. But that being the case, that first eclipse actually occurred in 541 BCE "one hour before midnight." If you check the astro program, in order to time that eclipse to 11 p.m. you have to make a 16:14 adjustment! So apparently between the creation of the VAT4956 and the SK400, lunar times were also adjusted by 16 hours, explaining why the "Rear Foot of the Lion" in those later texts is a reference to beta-Virginis rather than sigma-Leonis. But not so in the VAT4956. In the VAT4956, the "Rear Foot of the Lion" (GIR ar sa UR-A) is a reference to sigma-Leonis and beta-Virginis is called the "Bright Star Behind the Lion's Foot" (MUL KUR sa TIL GIR UR-A). The name change introduces a 16-hour revision; about the same revision needed to time the 541 BCE eclipse to one hour before midnight.
Of course, once you align one eclipse to a new time you have to change ALL OF THEM. To what effect? Well for one, the Nabon 18 eclipse dated to year 2 of Nabonidus in the correct year of 479 BCE shows that total eclipse in the last minute of totality with that 16:14 adjustment from 541 BCE. That gives you a context match for why Nabonidus sacrificed his daughter to the moon god, Sin. That's because the Babylonians experienced a total eclipse that remained total for about 1:37, which is quite long and the moon set in the last minute of totality. This caused a panic. On the other hand, the revised eclipse for year 2 of Nabonidus in 554 BCE was a partial eclipse and was all but recovered by moonset, so where's the basis for the panic? There is none.
Or you have the eclipse in the VAT4956 which had been noted to be "omitted." But the text language refers to the position of exit as being "DIB" which is the upper right quadrant which is where that eclipse did exit. So this eclipse was actually observed. That is, once you correct the lunar times and then compare that to the observation as in the VAT4956, it makes sense that the "DIB" position is noted in connection with this eclipse. Elsewhere in the text, "DIB" is a positional reference. If the eclipse was not seen it would have ordinarily noted "NU PAP" (not seen). "DIB" has no meaning for a non-observed eclipse. But once you realize it was actually observed then "DIB" matches the location of the eclipse. So correcting the lunar times per the SK400 actually has little effect on texts like the VAT4956. Another line affected is Line 8 where we note the Moon being "4 cubits below beta-Geminorum while the sun stood there." This was on the first day of the month and thus the observation of the new moon crescent observed just before sunset. When you allign the moon to 4 cubits below beta-Geminorum and compare that to the time of sunset at Babylon and the lunar location, there is a 13-16 hour discrepancy. So again, the 16-hour adjustment shows up again and again when you compare the some pre and post VAT4956 texts.
Thus, as I noted, at the end of the day, trying to use the current times, now distorted by revised texts and the delta-T, you will never get a correct reference. You have to realize these texts were created in the context of revised history and some of the revised texts used the original lunar times and later ones revised lunar times by 16 hours and then tried to cover this up by renaming beta-Virginis as the "Rear Foot of the Lion" to cover their tracks (no pun intended, well maybe...)--it's the same 16 hours!
So these discussions that are so detailed and academic sounding and scientific are just a big JOKE! I'm ROFLMHO!!! It's all wrong. It's a joke and I could a flying F__K they don't understand how to unravel all of this. The easiest thing is to follow the Bible and all will be well. Now the Bible has lots of archaeological and secular support for the true timeline. The WTS is a false prophet as prophesied.
The Bible depicts Lazarus in the bosom position of the Father having all the knowledge he'd yearned for previously, whereas the Rich Man (the WTS) would be in torment and spiritual darkness.
What can I say? I'm Lazarus!