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Calendar Questions and Answers (Q&A)

N. Kingsley, Writer
Answered: Oct 17, 2018
Yes, Gregorian calendar is more accurate than Julian calendar. A normal Julian year is 365.25 days and its an error of 11 minutes when compared to the solar year. It takes the earth 365.24...Read More

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M. Parker, Internet Researcher
Answered: Oct 22, 2018
If you want to plan what work you will carry out and when, and if you have to make sure this is done in a certain timeline, as well as allow time for holidays and visits to family and friends,...Read More

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N. Kingsley, Writer
Answered: Oct 17, 2018
Great Britain shifted to the Gregorian calendar in 1752. The year 1751 was a short year (282 days) running from 25 March to 31 December. 1752 was also short of 11 days. Spain, Italy and Fra...Read More

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N. Kingsley, Writer
Answered: Oct 17, 2018
Everyone shifted to the Gregorian calendar because it is more accurate than Julian calendar.
A normal Julian year is 365.25 days and its an error of 11 minutes when compared to the solar...Read More

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M. Kennedy, Web Content Writer
Answered: Oct 17, 2018
Many protestant countries believe the Gregorian is a plot by the catholic because Julian Carl was making some errors and Easter was gradually occurring later in the Spring over the years, if...Read More

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E. Stanley, Technical writer
Answered: Oct 17, 2018
It is possible to find repeating year calendars. Calendars repeat in a certain pattern. They repeat in 5, 6, 11 or 28 years interval. The most accurate one is the 28 year pattern. For example, 28...Read More

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K. Myers, Blogger
Answered: Oct 12, 2018
To-do lists cannot be measured in time. Most people use them to ensure that certain tasks are carried out, and these are crossed off as they are achieved. There is no measurement of time involved...Read More

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K. Myers, Blogger
Answered: Oct 09, 2018
There are actually seven or more calendars around the world and their study is very interesting. Although the Gregorian calendar is the one most widely in use, certainly in the western world,...Read More

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J. Goodman, Web Content Writer
Answered: Oct 09, 2018
The Egyptians were the first to move from measuring time by the moon, to by the sun, which made eleven more days in the year. It was the Romans developed the calendar. Julius Caesar, in fact, in...Read More

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K. Myers, Blogger
Answered: Oct 12, 2018
Actually most European calendars start the week on Monday. Slavic languages number Monday as the first day too. It is North American calenders that start on a Sunday. This is because it is the...Read More

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E. Stanley, Technical writer
Answered: Oct 17, 2018
There where 10 months (304 days) in the Roman calendar before Caesar changed it. It was not used for long because it didn't align with the seasons. The 10 months were: Martius (March), Aprilis...Read More

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