Experience leads one to take such discoveries with a grain of salt. Were ancient Babylonians immune to "errare humanum est
The article points out some differences between the versions on the tablets and the standard "Egyptian" bounds. Rather than extatic rejoicing, careful statistical testing of the bounds on the tablets might be appropriate. Perhaps the later version currently in use is more accurate.
Regardless of the system of bounds used by the astrologer, for any planet the bound where it is located is more likely than not to change if one uses a different zodiac. Such changes also occur frequently when one uses a different precession factor with a fixed zodiac.
At Regulus Astrology one can find research results testing the "Egyptian" versus the Ptolemaic bounds. Both are skewed in favour of the benefics, especially Venus. The "Chaldean" bounds have not yet been tested and exhibit much less skewness.
Happy New Year! (tomorrow, 22 December in the northern hemisphere)