The earliest known solar eclipse record redated

@article{deJong1989TheEK,
  title={The earliest known solar eclipse record redated},
  author={Teije de Jong and W. H. van Soldt},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1989},
  volume={338},
  pages={238-240}
}
AN astronomical event recorded on a clay tablet found in 1948 among the ruins of the ancient city of Ugarit, in what is now Syria, was identified 20 years ago as a description of a total solar eclipse that occurred on 3 May 1375 BC1,2. The dating of ancient solar eclipses provides reference points to fix the long-term evolution of angular momentum in the Earth-Moon system3. We have reanalysed the Ugarit eclipse record4. A new historical dating of the tablet, and mention in the text of the… 
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