Lytera adopts the “Lyteran Calendar”

The Lyteran Calendar has been adopted in an attempt to, as TRM Alex put it, “Make summer less miserable”. The new calendar, with 14 months of varying lengths, is based largely on the Attic Calender and Hellenist Traditions, with New Years on June 21st.

The full act, which can be read here, explains the new months, days of the week, and years, which are now measured from when Athens was founded (Classical, 508 BC), and as such, 2020 is 2527–2528 AAC. The calendar will come into effect on Dec 31st (Aphroditeon 1) 2021 AD (2528 AAC).


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