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The Imperial Calender


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So the Imperial Calender, like the historical Roman calender, has a small number of named days each month. The other days 'count down' to one of the named ones, so that the 10th day of the Ram would be referred to as 'four days before the Ides of Ram'.


The above calender has the equivalent Julian calender along the bottom, and the days of the week (named after the visible planets) along the right. Kalends is technically the first day of the month, and the Ides is the day landlords collect rent.

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