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First, the answer to your second question. [W]ho invented that calender? The current calendar that most of the western world uses is Gregorian Calendar1, which is an improvement over Julian Calendar, which itself was an improvement over Traditional Roman Calendar. Now, on to the first question. Generally months with 31 and 30 days come in ...


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While I doubt there was much debt involving monthly payments as compared to today, it is known that (any) calender reform caused a lot of confusion that even today confounds historians. All legal documents were impacted and there even were protests where people reclaimed the days lost as they were believed to shorten their lives. Theoretically if your debt ...


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Different societies use different days to start the calendar year. Changing the start date of the year is possibly the most simple change to make to a calendar. Thus in medieval Europe it was possible to travel from one year to another by traveling between places that started their calendar years at different dates. In England the calendar years started ...



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