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Hawke, Elen: British Author
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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.
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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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5 Fascinating Facts We Learned From Reddit Last Week
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.
Decimal calendar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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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