Julini Calendar

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January 23, 2022

The Julian calendar (French: Calendrier julien) or the Julian calendar or Julian calendar, also written in some texts as the Julian, Julius, or Julian calendar, is a modified version of the Roman calendar written in 46 BC. Julius Caesar was proposed and introduced in 45 BC by Caesar Augustus (Roman emperor) by modifying the Roman calendar. The design was designed with the help of Greek mathematicians and Greek astronomers such as the Sosigenes of Alexandria. Its months are the same as the Gregorian calendar and it leaps with the 29 days of February. The Giuliani calendar was 365 days, adding one day to the days of the year for every 4 years. Due to the inaccuracy of the year deduction compared to the equinox year, it fell one day behind every 128 years. This calendar was accepted in the Christian period with a Gregorian origin (as a Gregorian calendar). The leap year of the Gregorian calendar was corrected in 1582 (as the Gregorian or New Gregorian calendar). According to the Julian calendar, the vernal equinox was formed on March 21, 325 AD, when the General Council of the Church of the City of Nicaea (in northwestern present-day Turkey) was formed. By omitting ten days from the date and reducing the relative leap as a result, the Gregorian calendar reached one day (backward) in 3320 years.

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