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The Book of Calendars

Conversion Tables for Ancient, African, Near Eastern, Indian, Asian, Central American and Western Calendars


The book provides easy-to-use tables that translate the calendars of over sixty civilizations into the Julian and Gregorian calendars. An indispensable tool for scholars.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 1-931956-76-6
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Dec 1,2002
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 400
ISBN: 1-931956-76-6
$126.00

The book provides easy-to-use tables that translate the calendars of over sixty civilizations into the Julian and Gregorian calendars. An indispensable tool for scholars.

The book provides easy-to-use tables that translate the calendars of over sixty civilizations into the Julian and Gregorian calendars. An indispensable tool for scholars.

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  • Ancient Calendars
  • Africa
  • Modern Near East
  • India
  • Southeast Asia
  • Far East
  • Central America
  • Western Calendars
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