September 11th being the date of Jesus' birth is kinda odd...
I dislike it, to be honest, but then again I don't know when he was born, and that might have been his irony anyway.
Maybe we can change it into 10th for you?
Jewish day start at dawn around 18:00.
I think it are very nice days because they all are on religious festivals.
It's not just guesswork by me. There is much support for it.
But not all is biblical.
The Roman sensus is ofcourse just a secular event that is found in secular documents.
The birth of John 6 months before Jesus is linked to Jewish religious documents because he was concieved when his father returned from his priest term/duty (I don't know the exact term for it)
I case you wonder about the exact time....
That's a mix between astronomy and Bible verses. In Rev we find a description of a woman (=Virgo) standing on the moon clothed with the sun. That's the sun in in the womb of Virgo. That pinpoints the exact time.
Another combination of astronomy and verses that gives a hint is the star that moves and stands still. Planets never stand still. But their orbit is such that looking from earth there is a visual illusion it stands still.
Can't remeber this part exactly but likely it's enough for you to pinpoint the verses (in the OT)
Some verses speak of a King/Lion. That's the Leo starsign. With a staff=lawgiver between his feet. Regulus is the ruler planet. And the months that the star was traveling en Jesus actual birth planet Regulus was between the pawns of starsign Leo (plus a few other significant planets)
That's also the answer to TTs question ".......I thought scholars never could pinpoint HIs birth"
I think it's clear none of the events I mentioned was unique.
The hard part is matching all events. Much confusion was cause by Herods death. Scholars came to the 3BC conclusion before but that was very problematic because all secular sources were convinced Herod died 4BC. The Bible is clear Herod was alive when Jesus was born. The sensus Joseph and Mary wenst to was another problem. The known ones didn't align with other data. But eventually that got cleared up by discovery of documents that do show a type of census at that period of time.