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Now from the sixth hour there was darkness over all the land until the ninth hour.

Matthew ESV And behold, the curtain of the temple was torn in two, from top to bottom. Matthew ESV I don't know if there are historical records of any earthquakes, eclipses, or such things in any of antiquity.

Given that a contemporary could not have mistaken a three-hour period of total darkness for a solar eclipse, Thallus probably relied on Christian tradition for his information, and was merely trying to discredit it.

In Book V chapter 5, Josephus describes the temple curtain and the curtain to the Holy of Holies in some detail, with no suggestion of earlier damage or repair.

'There was the largest and most famous eclipse that had ever occurred.

The day was so turned into night at the sixth hour (noon), that the stars were seen.

Taylor & Francis which is in publication of scholarly information of the highest quality and publishes books in Science, Built Environment, Humanities, Social Science, Education, Health, Behavioral Science, and other professional subjects, published “International Geology Review study” authored by Jefferson B. Abstract This article examines a report in the 27th chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament that an earthquake was felt in Jerusalem on the day of the crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth.

The Scriptures record that there was three hours of darkness during the crucifixion of Jesus. Furthermore, the morning of Jesus' resurrection, the Scriptures indicate that there was an earthquake.

Additionally, when Jesus died, the curtain of the Temple was apparently torn in two.

The Gospel accounts cannot be derivative of Irish history, since the writing of them happened long before the Irish even began to write anything.

There are no original references to this darkness outside of the New Testament.