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We all know that July comes after June and Sunday is followed by Monday. Check interesting facts about the calendar we use!
The word 'Calendar' comes form Latin "kalendae". What does this word mean?
First days of each month
The day of spring equinox
Last day of the year
The day of summer solstice
The internationally accepted civil calendar is called 'Gregorian'. After who was it named?
Historian Gregory of Tours
Pope Gregory the Great
Pope Gregory XIII
Scientist Gregor Mendel
How many months in the Gregorian calendar have 31 days?
The Gregorian Calendar was introduced in 1582. Which one of these countries was among the first to adopt it?
Why is the 9th month of the Gregorian calendar called September?
September was the 7th month in Roman calendar
Septimus in Latin means 'ninth'
After Septimus Severus - a Roman Emperor
After Septimus Weasley
The Gregorian calendar replaced the Julian over 400 year ago. Which religion is still using the Julian calendar?
From what is the English word "Friday" derived?
Old English "day of Frige"
"Free", as Friday used to be the day of rest
Friesland, a region in the Netherlands
Anglo-Saxon "the fifth day"
What is the etymology of the month "August'?
It was named to honor Roman Emperor Octavian August
"Augustus" means "horrific" in Latin. August was the month when Rome burnt
"Auguste" was a ship that sank in August 1761
"Augustus" means "6th" in Latin and the month was 6th in the Roman calendar
Which statement about year 2009 is not true?
It is year 1430 in Islamic calendar
It is a leap year
It is the year of the ox in Chinese calendar
Hebrew year 5770 starts on 18 September 2009
A week denotes 7 days. Where/when weeks were 10 days long?
In Mayan Empire
During French Revolution
During the October Revolution in Russia
For ancient Balts
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