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Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers
Flourished Probably fifth century BCE Naburianu was a Babylonian astronomer whose name is mentioned by ▶ Pliny in his first-century text, The Natural History. In 1923, he was identified with an astronomer by the name of Nabû-?man-nu by the cuneiform scholar Paul Schnabel. The name occurs in the colophon of a lunar ephemeris of System A from Babylon for the year 263 of the Seleucid era, or 48/47 BCE. Schnabel reconstructed the name to Nabû-ri-man-nu and concluded that he was responsible fordoi:10.1007/978-1-4419-9917-7_1019 fatcat:skd2l2k2nza6zovturdz743ibu