Calendar

A year of the Eurosian calendar consists of twelve months: Primus, Secundus, Tertius, Quartus, Quintus, Sextus, Julius, Corantine, Septimus, Octavus, Nonus, and Decimus. It is further divided into weeks consisting of seven days each: Soldi, Veldi, Amordi, Terdi, Guerdi, Redi, and Voltadi. Each month is exactly thirty days, with the fifteenth and thirtieth days set aside for feasting and religious celebration. The year ends with Prophets’ Mass, a five- to six-day celebration that fills out the remaining days.

The passage of history has been recorded as two separate eras: AUC and AV, abbreviations for Numan phrases meaning “The Year of the Founding of the First City” and “The Year of Truth”, respectively. AUC dates before the appearance of the First Prophet – which unofficially marked the genesis of the Vaticine Church – and AV dates are everything after.

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