The whole of the moon.
Just a quick note before I put hammer to nail on the upcoming Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse, which takes place at an extremely delicate phase. I was doing some research on the lunar eclipses through time and I stumbled upon this massive tome by Bao Lin-Liu and Alan D. Fiala. It looks at every single lunar eclipse from 1500 BC to 3,000 AD. This appears to be by all accounts the most exhaustive and thorough lunar eclipse Canon ever written. This audacious document doesn’t just list each and every lunar eclipse during that broad, 4500-year-stretch but it also looks at the study of The Earth’s rotation, with acetate overlays along with extensive tabular data. For any serious astrologer that wants to cross reference lunar eclipses with social events or other phenomenon, this would seem to be a must have addition to their library. It retails for $29.95.
The publisher, William Bell Associates also offers a software companion for $29.95 as well.
You can find out more from the publisher and purchase directly from them, here.