Chinese and Western scholars explore such topics as daybooks in archaeological context, daybooks in the context of manuscript culture and popular culture studies, the Zidanu silk manuscripts, calendars and calendar making in Qin and Han times, the legacy of daybooks in late imperial and modern China, hemerology in medieval Europe, and Babylonian hemerologies and menologies
Labat, Hemerologies et menologies
d'Assur (Paris: Librairie dAmerique et d'Orient, 1939), 214 (XXXVI 16).
We have for several generations depended on Rene Labat's edition, Hemerologies et menologies
d'Assur (Paris, 1939), long out of print and in some ways out of date.