History Main / HitSoHardTheCalendarFeltIt

5th Nov '16 4:47:48 PM Morgenthaler
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2nd Nov '16 3:27:01 PM KillerClowns
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Can also be revealed to have happened in retrospect as a WorldBuilding trope - the event after which a society dates its calendar tells you something about their culture. Sometimes also just the result of a major historical figure establishing a sort of temporal {{Egopolis}}, with the new Year Zero being the start of their reign, or the date of their birth.

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Can also be revealed to have happened in retrospect as a WorldBuilding trope - the event after which a society dates its calendar tells you something about their culture. Sometimes also just the result of a major historical figure establishing a sort of temporal {{Egopolis}}, with the new Year Zero being the start of their reign, or the date of their birth.
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2nd Nov '16 3:26:20 PM KillerClowns
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Can also be revealed to have happened in retrospect as a WorldBuilding trope - the event after which a society dates its calendar tells you something about their culture. Sometimes also just the result of a dictator establishing a sort of temporal {{Egopolis}}, with the new Year Zero being the start of their reign, or the date of their birth.

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Can also be revealed to have happened in retrospect as a WorldBuilding trope - the event after which a society dates its calendar tells you something about their culture. Sometimes also just the result of a dictator major historical figure establishing a sort of temporal {{Egopolis}}, with the new Year Zero being the start of their reign, or the date of their birth.
2nd Nov '16 3:25:53 PM KillerClowns
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Can also be revealed to have happened in retrospect as a WorldBuilding trope - the event after which a society dates its calendar tells you something about their culture.

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Can also be revealed to have happened in retrospect as a WorldBuilding trope - the event after which a society dates its calendar tells you something about their culture.
culture. Sometimes also just the result of a dictator establishing a sort of temporal {{Egopolis}}, with the new Year Zero being the start of their reign, or the date of their birth.
10th Sep '16 2:12:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* The world of {{Shadowside}} marks the start of Evo's Dawn in A.E. 2007 with "P.E.D. 0". (Post-Evo's Dawn)

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* The world of {{Shadowside}} Roleplay/{{Shadowside}} marks the start of Evo's Dawn in A.E. 2007 with "P.E.D. 0". (Post-Evo's Dawn)
24th Aug '16 12:08:52 PM aurora369
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** There is also a separate system the immortal Valar use, which they had to switch between when major events changed the length of a year. The Years of the Lamps gave way to the Years of the Trees when the Lamps were destroyed, the Ages of Darkness began when Melkor destroyed the Trees, and the Years of the sun began when the sun and moon were built to light the world again. Just to make things complicated the First Age began during the Years of the Trees and ended near the beginning of the Years of the Sun.

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** There is also a separate system the immortal Valar use, which they had to switch between when major events changed the length of a year. The Years of the Lamps gave way to the Years of the Trees when the Lamps were destroyed, the Ages of Darkness began when Melkor destroyed the Trees, and the Years of the sun began when the sun and moon were built to light the world again. Just to make things complicated the First Age began during the Years of the Trees and ended near soon after the beginning of the Years of the Sun.Sun. Often only that last 600-year portion of the First Age during the Years of the Sun (which is the main focus of Quenta Silmarillion) is called the First Age proper, and everything before is referred to using the Valian system.
20th Aug '16 9:23:35 AM nombretomado
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* The four "breakings" in ''TheDragonDoctors'' each started a new calendar. The current year is "625 4B".

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* The four "breakings" in ''TheDragonDoctors'' ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' each started a new calendar. The current year is "625 4B".
13th Aug '16 11:28:40 AM EDP
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* In UsefulNotes/FascistItaly, Roman numerals were used to denote the number of years since the establishment of the government in 1922.

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* In UsefulNotes/FascistItaly, Roman numerals were used to denote the number of years since the establishment of the government in 1922.1922 alongside the more common calendar.
12th Aug '16 8:12:02 PM nombretomado
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** In Virginia, very formal state documents are likewise marked according to the common reckoning, and a "Year of the Commonwealth", with [[AmericanRevolution 1776]] as YearZero.

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** In Virginia, very formal state documents are likewise marked according to the common reckoning, and a "Year of the Commonwealth", with [[AmericanRevolution [[UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution 1776]] as YearZero.
5th Jul '16 9:11:40 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** There is also a separate system the immortal Valar use, which they had to switch between when major events changed the length of a year. The Years of the Lamps gave way to the Years of the Trees when the Lamps were destroyed, the Ages of Darkness began when Melkor destroyed the Trees, and the Years of the sun began when the sun and moon were built to light the world again. Just to make things complicated the First Age began during the Years of the Trees and ended near the beginning of the Years of the Sun.
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