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Frequently Asked Questions about Calendars

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Frequently Asked Questions about Calendars
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Number of pages: 65

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This is the calendar FAQ. Its purpose is to give an overview of the Christian, Hebrew, Persian, and Islamic calendars in common use. It will provide a historical background for the Christian calendar, plus an overview of the French Revolutionary calendar, the Maya calendar, and the Chinese calendar.

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