The leading work on this subject is: Alexander Jones, Astronomical Papyri from Oxyrhynchus (2 vols. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1999).
"[The moon's disk?] will be eclipsed from the south
by less than two thirds [of its diameter].
[The total duration] of the eclipse will be
about three hours. The [inclination at first]
obscuration will be between south [and]
east; the [maximum] obscuration will turn
the inclination [to the south;]
and the final emersion
between south and west. [At]
the maximum obscuration
the diameter bisecting the [moon's]
segments [will incline towards]
the south. The [moon] will be [in]
Gemini between the right [...]
[...] of the leading twin [and]
the star in the navel of the
At an interval of 6 months, in the year 3 [..., according]
to Callippus [the 6th year] of period 6,
mid-month of the month Thargelion,
and in the Egyptian month Epeiph [(night of days) 1/2,]
the full moon will be [...]"