Wetterchronik 1133

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2. August

Totale Sonnenfinsternis wird in Augsburg, Heilsbronn und Salzburg beobachtet eingetragen von Mark am 8. Oktober 2001

Die englische Übersetzungen aus verschiedenen Chroniken:

"Duke Frederick . . . set fire to the town of Augsburg and killed many of its citizens . . . An eclipse of the Sun
occurred on the 4th day before the Nones of August at midday for about an hour, such as is not seen in a
thousand years. Eventually the whole sky was dark like night, and stars were seen over almost the whole sky. At
length the Sun, emerging from the darkness, appeared like a star, afterwards in the form of a new Moon; finally
it assumed its original form."

Refers to a total solar eclipse in Augsburg of 2 August 1133.
From: Honorii Augustodensis: Summa Totius et Imagine Mundi.
Quoted in Historical Eclipses and Earth's Rotation, by F Richard Stephenson, Cambridge University Press,
1997, page 392.

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"In the year of the Incarnation of our Lord 1133 . . . on the 4th day before the Nones of August (Aug 2), the 4th
day of the week (Wednesday) when the day was declining towards the ninth hour, the Sun in a single moment
became as black as pitch, day was turned into night, very many stars were seen, objects on the ground
appeared as they usually do at night."

Refers to a total solar eclipse in Heilsbronn, Germany, of 2 August 1133.
From: Notae Halesbrunnenses.
Quoted in Historical Eclipses and Earth's Rotation, by F Richard Stephenson, Cambridge University Press,
1997, page 392.
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"In this year on the 4th day before the Nones of August in the heat of midday the Sun suddenly disappeared and
a little afterwards it seemed terribly darkened over like Sackcloth of hair; and stars also appeared in the sky."

Refers to a total solar eclipse in Salzburg, Austria, of 2 August 1133.
From: S. Rudperti Salisurgensis Annales Breves.
Quoted in Historical Eclipses and Earth's Rotation, by F Richard Stephenson, Cambridge University Press,
1997, page 393.



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