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Alexandrian Calendar is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Alexandrian Calendar books and related discussion.
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- Modern calendar and continued fractions
- This is so called Alexandrian calendar. It survives nowadays in the calendars of Coptic and Ethiopian churches.
- The Coptic Calendar
- The Ancient Egyptian Sothic Calendar…………………………………………p. 6. 4.
- Ohne Titel1
- assume that intercalations in the Alexandrian calendar had always occurred at four year intervals.
- THE EGYPTIAN CIVIL YEAR - ITS POSSIBLE ORIGINS AND THE
- Augustus and called the Alexandrian calendar.
- Epiphany—The True Story Behind the Miracle on 34th Street A
- In the East, the Alexandrian calendar said that January 6 marked the winter solstice and thus began the new year.
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- 1. The Ethiopian calendar has 13 months, and it's currently 2005. Based on the Coptic (Alexandrian) calendar, it has 12 months, with five or six leap days added to comprise a 13th.
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- Coptic calendar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Coptic calendar, also called the Alexandrian calendar, is used by the Coptic Orthodox Church and still used in Egypt.
- Alexandria, VA: Calendar of Events
- Calendar of Events. Alexandria has many wonderful events that take place in the city.
- Astronomy Answers: Historical Calendars
- Sep 24, 2010 The Egyptian calendar after the adoption of the leap year rule is called the Alexandrian calendar.
- Tables for the Egyptian and Alexandrian Calendar
- either in the Egyptian or in the Alexandrian calendar.
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