Imperial Calendar

The Thracian Empire and most of the Known World uses the Septem Calendar. There are thirteen 28-day months unlike the traditional 12 month calendar

DAYS OF WEEK (WITH RITUAL SIGNIFICANCE)

Nauridras-(Monday)- Start of journeys
Calefadras— Funerals, estates
Istreudras— Day of work
Turadras— Major court announcements, proclamations of law
Iannadras— Engagements, duels, declarations of war
Mityaradras— Marriages
Ammonadras-(Sunday)- Holy day

SOLAR CYCLE

The solar cycle is 365 days long. The solar calendar consists of 13 months of 28 days, totaling 364 days, with 1 independent day at the start of each year for 365 days total.

Celebration of Unconquered Dawn December 21 / Winter Solstice
Vicelen Dec 22-31 (10) Jan 1-18 (18)
Genelen Jan 19-31 (13) Feb 1-15 (15)
Juselen Feb 16-28 (13) Mar 1-15 (15)
Froelen Mar 15-31 (16) Apr 1-12 (12)
Pendaelen Apr 13-30 (18) May 1-10 (10)
Zigelen May 11-31 (21) June 1-7 (7)
Esevelen June 8-30 (23) July 1-5 (5)
Agitelen July 6-31 (26) August 1-2 (2)
Innelen Aug 3-30 (28)
Nethelen Aug 31 (1) Sept 1-27 (27)
Vinethelen Sept 28-30 (3) October 1-25 (25)
Genethelen October 26-31 (6) November 1-22 (22)
Jusethelen Nov 23-30 (8) Dec 1-20 (20)

LUNAR CYCLE

The lunar cycle is 28.0769 days long. Since each month is 28 days long, over the course of the year the waxing and waning of the moon slips out of alignment with the solar calendar by 1/13th of a day per month. The day-long Celebration of Unconquered Dawn re-sets the alignment each year.

New Moon — 28th/1st
Full Moon — 14th/15th

MAJOR HOLIDAYS

Celebration of Unconquered Dawn(New Year’s Day) (365th Day of the Solar Year)
Holy Feast of Epiphany – Genelen 17th (45 days after COUD)
Rites of Hearth Fire- Froelen 6th (March 21st)
Day of the Undying Sun Esevelen 15th (June 22nd)
Festival of the Reaping – Nethelen 23rd (Sept 22nd)

Imperial Calendar

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