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Updated 5941[(?)] 12 14 2027 [2011-03-20]

Updated 5925[(*??*)] 10 02 2029 [2013-01-15] – Re translation of Luke 24:21.

Updated 5925[(*??*)] 10 15 2029 [2013-01-28] – Revising “after dusk” to “at twilight.”

Updated 5925[(*??*)] 10 16 2029 [2013-01-29] – Revising John 20:26.

Updated 5925[(*??*)] 01 05 2029 [2013-04-16] – Adding Acts 2-4 references and footnotes re hours of day.

Updated 5926[(*??*)] 10 19 2030 [2014-01-21] – Adding a footnote re Matt 26:2.

Updated 5926[(*??*)] 10 20 2030 [2014-01-22] – Adding a paragraph re Matt 27:40.

Updated 5927[(*??*)] 13 16 2031 [2015-04-06] – Adding the date stamps of Matthew and Mark vs. John re the Last Supper.

Revised 5928[(*??*)] 08 08 2032 [2015-11-21] – Revision of my prior understanding of John 20:26 “after eight days,” including also the corresponding columns re reckoning days.

[Notice also the curious incidence that this 8th day discovery took place on the once in a life time [1/8 yrs * 1/365.25 days * 1/8 yrs = once / 64 years] date when, in the Scripture calendar that I have thus far been given, the day and the month are both designated by the number 8, and when both of the numbered years are evenly divisible by the number 8! Coincidence? Or the finger of our Creator?]

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A Preview of

 

the Friday Aviv 17 Crucifixion

 

 

 

 

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Once you feel you understand the concept outlined in the below preview, you may wish to:

 

1.       Review in more depth a more detailed diagrammatic view of the events surrounding the crucifixion, or else you may wish to…

2.       Review some of the biblical fundamentals behind this study, or else you may be interested in …

3.       Pursuing some of  the 31± astronomical celestial events tying the Passover to 19 CE. In contradistinction…

4.       Please notice the glaring absence of any significant correlations between exactly dated celestial events on the one hand, and on the other the conventional Roman and New Testament chronologies.

 

 

 

Victory over Death

Twice Repeated

 

Lazarus at the beginning of Aviv 1,

then Yeshua at the beginning of Aviv 21,

19 CE

 

 

Julian weekday (midnight to midnight)

 

Julian calendar in 19 CE

 

Jewish calendar (sunset to sunset)

Day of the week

 

Yeshua’s & the Scriptural calendar

 

 

Events

Saturday morning

March 25

 

Sabbath

 

Astronomical new moon at 06:26 Jerusalem local solar time.

Sunday night

March 26

 

Day Two

Adar 1

SNB Mar 26 Jerusalem local solar time sunset: 18:14:33; moonset: 19:37:48; lag: 83 min 15 sec; illumination: 2:42%

Monday night

March 27

Adar 1

Day Three

Adar 2

Rabbinic New Moon (cf. ‘Reckoning of Rabbinic New Moon’ below:)

Sunday morning

April 9

Adar 13

Day One

Adar 14

Sunrise full moon & Reckoning of Rabbinic New Moon: Astronomical full moon Apr 8 at 06:33 Jerusalem local solar time. [SNB Apr 8 Jerusalem local solar time sunrise: 5:42:04 with moon at -3° 40’; Altitude: -4° 23.518’ è 1st sunrise full moon on  April 9 è Rabbinical Adar 1 beginning at sunset Mon March 27]

Sunday night

April 23

Adar 28

Day Two

Adar 29

Astronomical new moon at 18:50 Jerusalem local solar time.

Monday

April 24

Adar 28

Day Two

Adar 29

“3 Therefore his sisters sent unto him, saying, Lord, behold, he whom thou lovest is sick… 6 When he had heard therefore that he was sick, he abode Day Two still in the same place where he was.” John 11:3, 6 (TLT)

Giving highest priority to God’s own reckoning of time, I believe Yeshua decided to stay at an optimal place for observing the potentially visible New Moon crescent that very evening at the end of Adar 29.     More…

Monday night

April 24

Adar 29

Day Three

Adar 30

“7 Then after that [day, in the evening] saith he to his disciples, Let us go into Judaea again” John 11:7 (TLT)

After having looked for, but not been able to see the New Moon crescent in spite of presumably optimal weather conditions, Yeshua was now ready to move on, knowing also that the New Moon would be easily visible the subsequent evening from Mt. Olives…     More…

Tuesday night;

the Fourth Day begins

April 25

Adar 30

Day Four

Aviv 1

 

John 11:17 TLT Accordingly came Yeshua to find him [Lazarus,] on this Day Four, being already placed within the tomb.

John 11:20 KJV  Then Martha, as soon as she heard that Jesus was coming, went and met him: but Mary sat still in the house.

John 11:39 TLT Jesus said, Take ye away the stone. Martha, the sister of him that was dead, saith unto him, Lord, he is already stinking: for it is the fourth day.

John 11:43 KJV  And when he thus had spoken, he cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, come forth.

 

It looks to me as though Yeshua first headed for the best vantage point on Mt. Olives for observing the Aviv New Moon, and that this is where Martha met him. As a way of blowing the shofar of the New Moon, Yeshua subsequently “cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, come forth!     More…

 

Psalms 81:3 KJV  Blow up the trumpet in the new moon, in the time appointed, on our solemn feast day.

 

SNB Mon Apr 24 Jerusalem local solar time sunset: 18:31:45; moonset: 19:31:13; lag: 59 min 28 sec; illumination: 1.15%, but this illumination is not likely visible, and per the NT record I find that the New Moon crescent was first observed on Tue Apr 25.

Wednesday night

April 26

Aviv 1

Day Five

Aviv 2

Reckoning of Rabbinic New Moon: Astronomical full moon May 7 at 16:38 Jerusalem local solar time. [SNB May 8 Jerusalem local solar time sunrise: 5:07:17 with moon at +2° 0’; Altitude: 1° 16.616’ è 1st sunrise full moon on May 8 è Rabbinical Aviv 15 would begin at sunset Tue May 9, but because this activates Rabbinical rules, Aviv 15 is deferred until sunset Wed May 10 è Rabbinical Aviv 1 began at sunset Wed April 26]

 

 

 

 

 

More on the events prior to Aviv 10...

Thursday night [The Sixth Day of the week.]

May 4

Aviv 9

Day Six

Aviv 10

Arriving on Aviv 10th [Thursday night] into Bethany Yeshua and his disciples are being served a supper by Martha while Mary anoints Yeshua’s feet in the presence of Lazarus and Judas Iscariot. Cf. John 12:1-8 with Matthew 26:6-16. [Colt dependent]

Friday

May 5

Aviv 9

Day Six

Aviv 10

Friday morning Yeshua rides into Jerusalem on an ass’s colt, returning late (in the 12th hour?) but before sunset and the beginning of Shabbat. Thus the expression “the hour already being late” Mark 11:11, cf. Luke 19:28-44. [Colt dependent]

Sabbath

May 6

Aviv 10

Sabbath

Aviv 11

Yeshua curses the fig-less fig tree Mark 11:12-14, cf. Matt. 21:18-19. [Colt dependent]

Sunday

May 7

Aviv 11

Day One

Aviv 12

“Entering into the temple. Jesus began to throw out those selling and buying in the temple..." Mark 11:15-19, cf. Luke 19:45-46. (Are the activities at the temple being symbolized by the fruitless fig tree?)

“And when even was come, he went out of the city.” Mark 11:19, cf. Matt. 21:17. [Colt dependent]

Monday

May 8

Aviv 12

Day Two

Aviv 13

“And passing along early, they saw the fig-tree withered from the roots.  And remembering, Peter said to Him, Rabbi, behold, the fig-tree which You cursed has withered…” Mark 11:20-21, cf. Matt.21:20-22.

“And they come again to Jerusalem: and as he was walking in the temple, there come to him the chief priests, and the scribes, and the elders, And say unto him, By what authority doest thou these things? And who gave thee this authority to do these things?" Mark 11:27-28, cf. Matt. 21:23-27 & Luke 19:47-20:8. [Colt dependent]

Monday night is ”after [the first] two days [of the week]” Matt. 26:2[1]

May 8

Aviv 13

Day Three

Aviv 14

Mary anoints Yeshua’s head at the house of Simon the leper, who had been cured from his leprosy by Yeshua, and Judas Iscariot, Simon’s son, sells Yeshua into the jurisdiction of the State. Cf. Luke 19:45-46, 20:1-18, 19-20, 22:1-6, which text passages indicate that Judas covenanted with the “chief priests and captains” after the two events in the temple, i.e. cleansing the temple and being confronted by the chief priests, and certainly not at the supper before these events.

[One or two anointments?: Some may question whether there was indeed a second anointing of Yeshua on Monday night. But upon reading first Luke 19:45-46, 20:1-18, 19-20, 22:1-6, then Matthew 26:1-7, 14 it seems to me quite clear that this the anointing of Matthew 26:7 took place on Monday night and not at the time of the supper on Thursday night, Aviv 10. Indeed, there are many similarities, but there are also certain differences, between the accounts of these events as recorded by the authors of the gospels. [Colt dependent] ]

Tuesday at sunset

May 9

Aviv 13/14

Day 3/4

Aviv 14/15

Passover supper being prepared/slaughtered - in full accord with the Torah instructions for Passover.

Tuesday night

May 9

Aviv 14

Day Four

Aviv 15

Passover supper being eaten by Yeshua and the Twelve in the upper room.

Per the calendar of Yeshu and of the Scriptures (the beginning of Abib 15:)

And the first day of unleavened bread, when they killed the passover, his disciples said unto him, Where wilt thou that we go and prepare that thou mayest eat the passover?” Mark 14:12.

Now the first day of the feast of unleavened bread the disciples came to Jesus, saying unto him, Where wilt thou that we prepare for thee to eat the passover? 18  And he said… My time is at hand; I will keep the passover at thy house with my disciples. 19  And the disciples did as Jesus had appointed them; and they made ready the passover.” Matthew 26:17-19.

Per the calendar of the Jews (the beginning of Nisan 14:)

Now before the feast of the passover2  And supper being ended, the devil having now put into the heart of Judas Iscariot, Simon's son, to betray him… 3  Jesus… 4…  riseth from supper, and laid aside his garments; and took a towel, and girded himself.” John 13:1-4

Wednesday

May 10

Aviv 14

Day Four

Aviv 15

Yeshua is taken captive in Gethsemane, then, after daybreak, i.e. “as soon as it was day…,” “the elders of the people and the chief priest and the scribes came together and led him into their council” (Luke 22:66,) after that (and not necessarily the same day,) Yeshua was brought by the priests before Pilate, where he was at the 6th hour[2] of the day (John 19:13-14.)  The mob is given the choice between Yeshua and Barabbas.

Wednesday at sunset

May 10

Aviv 14/15

Day 4/5

Aviv 15/16

The priests prepares/slaughters their own Passover supper - in full accord with the Jew’s traditional instructions for Passover (cf. John 19:14 and John 19:31 which two texts gives two distinct and separate reasons for each of them being a day of “preparation,” i.e. two distinct and separate days. Cf. May 12 below! Cf. also Shem Tov’s Hebrew Matthew 27:15!)

Wednesday night

May 10

Aviv 15

Day Five

Aviv 16

The priests eat their Passover supper - in full accord with the Jew’s traditional instructions for Passover.

Thursday

May 11

Aviv 15

Day Five

Aviv 16

Barabbas is released. “On the day of the honored feast of Passover, it was their custom for the commander of the city to give…” Shem Tov’s Hebrew Matthew 27:15, i.e. according to the Jew’s traditional instructions for Passover.

 

 

Day Count

“of the Jews” towards the Feast of Weeks: The 50th Day - Pentecost

Day Count re Yeshua being seen by his disciples (Acts 1:3)

Day Count towards the Feast of Weeks: The 50th Day - Pentecost

Notice the respective Day Counts towards the 50th Day

(That is, beginning at sunset Friday May 12, 19 CE per the default Scripture Calendar, vs. beginning at sunset Thursday May 11, 19 CE per the Jewish Calendar used by John.)

Friday

May 12

Aviv 16

1

Day Six

Aviv 17

Crucifixion at the 3rd hour (between 7:17 – 8:26 AM[3]; Mark 15:25.) (Cf. John 19:14 and John 19:31 which two texts gives two distinct and separate reasons for it being a day of “preparation,” i.e. two distinct and separate days. Cf. May 10 above!)

Notice the unintended prediction within these scolding words: “Matt 27:40 TLT saying: See, (how) you would lay waste the temple of God and before the end of the Third Day of next week (build it); save yourself; if you are the Son of God come down from the gallows.” Cf. this link!

Sabbath

May 13

Aviv 17

2

Sabbath

Aviv 18

 

1

Biblical day for the Waving of the Sheaf. Beginning of the three days of the restoration of the bodily temple of Yeshua. First (1st) of the fifty (50) days counting towards the Feast of Weeks-The Ante Type for the Cycle of Jubilee (Cf. June 23-30 below.) Indeed a very special Shabbat, “for that sabbath day was a high day” (John 19:31.) Also the first morning following the first two morrows of the Feast of Passover as honored by the Jews (ממכרת הפסח Shem Tov’s Hebrew Matthew 27:62. Notice that מכרת is plural and, lacking any other number, denotes the dual while the prefix, -מ, denotes ‘from’ or ‘following, after’. Thus the morrow of the third day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread “as honored by the Jews.”)

Sunday

May 14

Aviv 18

3

Day One

Aviv 19

2

 2nd day in “the whale’s belly” / “the heart of the earth” / grave. Cf. also this sign as applied to being in the whale’s belly / being devoured by the dragon / being subject to a State. (Matthew 12:40, Jonah 1:15-2:10; Rev. 12:4; & 1 Sam. 8.)

Monday

May 15

Aviv 19

4

Day Two

Aviv 20

3

 3rd day in “the whale’s belly” / “the heart of the earth” / grave. Cf. also this sign as applied to being in the whale’s belly / being devoured by the dragon / being subject to a State. (Matthew 12:40, Jonah 1:15-2:10; Rev. 12:4; & 1 Sam. 8.)

Monday night,

the third day” [of the week.]

[KJV: “the first day of the week.”]

May 15

 

Aviv 20

5

 

 

Day Three

 

The 1st day of 40 that Yeshua is seen by his disciples

(Acts 1:3)

 

1

Aviv 21, the 7th day in the Feast of Unleavened Bread [Gr. μιαν σαββατων]

 

 

4

The tomb is opened and found empty [after 72 hours, i.e. “three days and three nights,” i.e. Jonah’s sign in reverse. Cf. also re Josephus’ reckoning the reign of Caesar Augustus!] Yeshua is seen by many of his disciples:

“Matthew 28:1 TLT And on the Seventh Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, at twilight, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulcher.”

“Mark 16:2 TLT And just prior to the most important of the Shabbats [i.e. just before the beginning of the Seventh Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread,] they came unto the sepulcher at the setting of the sun.”

“Mark 16:9 TLT  Now when Jesus was risen in the beginning [i.e. at sunset] of the foremost Shabbat [i.e. the Seventh Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread…]”

Simon Peter, i.e. Cephas or Cleopas, on the road to Emmaus – and the returning to Jerusalem the same evening:

“Luke 24:21 TLT  And we trusted that it had been he which should have redeemed Israel: But quite the opposite happened. And notice, to top all of that off, this is already (the first portion of) the Third Day of the week after which time these things came to pass [i.e. “the things,” the events, of the prior seven day week.]” [Cf. this past walking the walk experience of mine!

 

“Luke 24:29 KJV  But they constrained him, saying, Abide with us: for it is toward evening, and the day is far spent. And he went in to tarry with them.”

“Luke 24:33 KJV  And they rose up the same hour, and returned to Jerusalem, and found the eleven gathered together, and them that were with them…”

“Luke 24:40 KJV And when he had thus spoken, he showed them his hands and his feet.”

Tuesday

May 16

Aviv 20

5

Day Three

1

Aviv 21

4

 

Wednesday

May 17

Aviv 21

6

Day Four

2

Aviv 22

5

 

Thursday

May 18

Aviv 22

7

Day Five

3

Aviv 23

6

 

Friday; “an eighth day of the Jews”

May 19

Aviv 23

8

Day Six

4

Aviv 24

7

Traditionally, the Jewish calendar begins the 50 day reckoning of Omer (towards Pentecost) from the 2nd day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, Nissan 16. In consequence of that reckoning, the 8th Day of the Reckoning of Omer, per the Jewish Calendar will always fall on Nissan 23. It follows that the words of John 20:26, “μεθ ημερας οκτω,” literally meaning “after Day Eight,” given John’s general reference to the calendar and reckoning “of the Jews,” are pointing to the evening following Nissan/Abib 23 of the Jewish calendar. In 19 CE, the year of the crucifixion of Yeshu, those words would then point to Sabbath evening, beginning at sunset Friday, May 19, 19 CE. And doesn’t it make a lot of sense for Yeshu to make a point of meeting his disciples at the beginning of the Seventh Day Sabbath, the day given to man in commemoration of the Creator, our Redeemer and our Savior. That is, the loving Father whom Yeshu is constantly identifying with.

Accordingly, the translation “after eight days” (KJV,) is certainly an error in translation. Compare also the seventh day of the Feast of Tabernacles, which day is not traditionally considered a special Feast Day proclaimed by the Lord such as is the subsequent Eighth Day, Shemini HaAzeret (which day follows upon, i.e. after, the Feast of Tabernacles.) The Scriptures are nowhere providing any instructions for celebrating an eight day following upon the Seventh Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread! On the contrary, the Feast of Unleavened Bread is preceded by Passover Day proper, sometimes called the Preparation of the Passover. I believe this is to make us aware of some important distinctions between the spring and the fall feasts of our Creator! There is the end of a cycle, a full year, and the beginning of the next. That full year, just the same as any 24 hour day should have one beginning and one end, not two! In contradistinction, the 12 hours of the day in antiquity were always reckoned from sunrise through sunset. Likewise, the seven months of the year in antiquity comprised the agriculturally active months, from spring to fall, seven months in all, perhaps, at an early age, not even reckoning the months in the winter at all.

Friday night; after the end of “an eighth day of the Jews”; Sabbath eve

May 19

Aviv 24

9

Day Seven

Sabbath

5

Aviv 25

8

Thomas meets Yeshu in the evening after the eighth day [of the reckoning of Omer “of the Jews,” that is, per John’s default calendar reference.] Cf. Luke 24:13, 29, 33, 39-41, 49; John 20:26-29 (and my above comment re the meaning of the Greek words behind the traditional translation “after eight days.”)

“John 20:26 TLT:  And after Day Eight [of the Jews’ Counting of Omer, i.e. after sunset at the beginning of the Jews’ Abib 24,] again his disciples were within, and Thomas with them: then came Jesus, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and said, Peace, be unto you.”

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

June 21

Zif 27[4]

41

Day Four

37

Zif 28[5]

40

A total solar eclipse, darkening the sky and making the stars visible, along a narrow path of land from one end of the Roman Empire to the other. The language of Matthew 27:45; Mark 15:33; and Luke 23:44 per the best available manuscripts (Textus Receptus & Shem Tov’s Hebrew Matthew) seem to indicate that the local events at Jerusalem on May 12, as experienced and reported by the eyewitnesses behind said Gospels, were somehow being mixed up with this solar eclipse event and the date thereof as reported most likely primarily in the Latin language, but with translations also into Greek and Hebrew. Cf. Luke 23:38:

Luke 23:38 KJV And a superscription also was written over him in letters of Greek, and Latin, and Hebrew, THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS.

More... & more

Cf. also this brief PowerPoint presentation re this particular! (English version; Swedish version.)

Notice also the numbers 37 and 40!:

The 40th day of Omer and the 37th day of Yeshua being seen by his disciples… Somehow it makes me think of this passage:

John 20:17 KJV  Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father: but go to my brethren, and say unto them, I ascend unto my Father, and your Father; and to my God, and your God.

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday

June 24

44

Sabbath

40

The 40th day Yeshua is seen by the disciples. Acts 1:3.

Sivan (1 or) 2[6]

43

Ascension. The disciples return to Jerusalem, “which is from Jerusalem a Sabbath day’s journey.” Acts 1:12-13.

(Try this thought experiment!: 1. Count backwards from this Sabbath, the 43rd day towards the Feast of Weeks, to find the 1st day of the 40 during which Yeshua was being seen per Acts 1:3.  2. Identify what day of the week that “1st day of the 40” is.  Lastly: 3. Cf. Acts 10:40 to see what Peter is calling that particular day of the week!)    

Sat-Sun

June 24/25

45

Day One

Sivan (2 or) 3

44

Sun-Mon

June 25/26

46

Day Two

Sivan (3 or) 4

45

Mon-Tue

June 26/27

47

Day Three

Sivan (4 or) 5

46

Tue-Wed

June 27/28

48

Day Four

Sivan (5 or) 6

47

Wed-Thu

June 28/29

49

Day Five

Sivan (6 or) 7

48

Thu-Fri

June 29/30

50

Day Six

Sivan (7 or) 8

49

 

Friday evening and Saturday

June 30/July 1

 

Sabbath

Sivan (8 or) 9

50

The 7th of 7 Sabbaths (and the 8th of 8 Sabbaths)

of the Omer

The day of Pentecost, concluding the 50 day count. (Cf. also the 40 days of Acts 1:3.) The outpouring of the Holy Ghost at the 3rd hour and Peter and John at the temple at the 9th hour of prayer[7]  (Acts 2:1-4:4; hour ref.: Acts 2:15; 3:1.)

Notice that this is a counting of days or “hots” (Hebr. “יום” meaning “hot,”) not necessarily including the preceding dark and cool portion of any 24 hour period, as indicated by the timing of the Waving of the Sheaf sacrifice marking the beginning of these 50 days.

If the corresponding year of Jubilee is being concluded by the first 21 days of the 7th Moon at the end of a Sabbath year, isn’t that a perfect timing for a perfected return of equity ownership to the party originally granted title to the land by the Creator? Cf.  Leviticus 25:10! That is, an allodial ownership under none but the Creator alone!

Notice also that the 1st day of Omer, the initiating event being the Omer sacrifice, the Waving of the Sheaf, in the morning of a weekly Shabbat, counts as an accession period. Accordingly the first full Shabbat cannot be included in the count of seven Shabbats. Accordingly the Day of Pentecost is also the 7th Shabbat and the 49th full 24 hour period in the count of Omer.

These observations also have implications upon which year is a Sabbath year, i.e. the year being concluded by the Seventh Moon OR the year beginning by the Eight Day Festival and the subsequent Eighth Moon.

Notice that the beginning of the Eighth Day is marked by the setting of the sun, by the setting of the moon, and by the dark and cold portion of the year! Cf. Genesis 1:14. Is there a more consistent way of reckoning the beginning of each year?

Sunday

July 2, 19 CE

 

Day One

Sivan (9 or) 10

Acts 4:5-33 Peter and John brought before “the authorities” of the land


 

 

 

 

 


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[1] Cf. my Hebrew word study at this link!

[2] NT timed events (cf. my Excel-file:)

. .Date. .

.Sunrise.

.Sunset.

.Gregorian military time.

. .Timed event in the NT. ..

. . .Reference. . .

May 10, 19 CE

05:02:08

18:39:13

10:42:35

-

11:50:41

6th hour: Yeshua before Pilate

John 19:14

May 12, 19 CE

05:00:22

18:40:31

07:17:04

-

08:25:24

3rd hour: Crucifixion

Mark 15:25

May 12, 19 CE

05:00:22

18:40:31

14:07:08

-

15:15:29

9th hour: Death

Matt 27:46; Mark 15:34

July 1, 19 CE

04:47:36

19:04:08

07:10:21

-

08:21:44

3rd hour: Outpouring of the Holy Spirit

Acts 2:15

July 1, 19 CE

04:47:36

19:04:08

14:18:37

-

15:30:00

9th hour: Hour of prayer

Acts 3:1

 

[3] Cf. footnote #1!

[4] Astronomical full moon June 6, 19 CE 04:25 Jerusalem local solar time [SNB June 6, 19 CE sunrise: 04:49:24 with full moon at -22’ Altitude: -1° 5.527’]  Zif 13 began at sunset Jun 6  Zif 1 began May 25. But that allows 29 days for Nisan, which is OK.  Zif 28 began at sunset June 21, 19 CE & the June 21 solar eclipse took place on the Jews’ Zif 27, 19 CE.

[5] Astronomical New Moon May 23, 19 CE 04:54 Jerusalem local solar time  Scriptural Zif 1 began at sunset May 24, 19 CE and Zif 29 began at sunset June 21, 19 CE & the June 21 solar eclipse took place on the Scriptural Zif 28, 19 CE.

[6] SNB 22 June, 19 CE Jerusalem horizon sunset: 19:02:30; moonset: 20:05:38; lag: 63 min 08 sec; illum.: 2.15% è Sivan 1 began at sunset June Thu 22 (or Fri 23,) 19 CE.

[7] Cf. footnote #1!