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The website CalendarLabs.com satisfies all calendar-related needs, including free printable calendars. The website has both monthly and yearly printable calendars for any year between 1800 and 3000, as well as the option... More »

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Unlike the Gregorian calendar, which counts years infinitely, the traditional Chinese calendar is lunisolar and rotates on a 60-year cycle. This means that the years on a Chinese calendar don't ascend in chronological or... More »

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Ancient Egypt refers to a long period of time in history, but there is evidence that Egyptian society once used a lunar calendar before switching to a solar 365-day calendar. They eventually used the stars to predict imp... More »

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