Astronomy and calendars
English Perpetual calendar March 33
Deutsch Espanol Italiano day calendar - Calendar 33



(for BC Years use astronomical notation)

March 33
ABCDEFGH
KAL
(1)
VI NON
(2)
V NON
(3)
IV NON
(4)
III NON
(5)
II NON
(6)
NON
(7)
VIII IDI
(8)
VII IDI
(9)
VI IDI
(10)
V IDI
(11)
IV IDI
(12)
III IDI
(13)
II IDI
(14)
IDI
(15)
XVII KAL
(16)
XVI KAL
(17)
XV KAL
(18)
XIV KAL
(19)
XIII KAL
(20)
XII KAL
(21)
XI KAL
(22)
X KAL
(23)
IX KAL
(24)
VIII KAL
(25)
VII KAL
(26)
VI KAL
(27)
V KAL
(28)
IV KAL
(29)
III KAL
(30)
II KAL
(31)
Julian Calendar
Events of the month
Astronomical events
EventDescriptionDayUT
IconaDescrizioneDataOra T.U.
Full MoonFull MoonWednesday 4 22:20
Last quarterLast quarterThursday 12 19:44
New MoonNew MoonThursday 19 10:40
Total Solar Eclipse<br>(Southern Hemisphere)Total Solar Eclipse
(Southern Hemisphere)
Thursday 19 10:51
Equinozio di primaveraSunday 22 18:37
First QuarterFirst QuarterThursday 26 10:28
Times are in UT - Universal Time (Greenwich Mean Time); for lunar phases and eclipses the error in within 2 min.


This perpetual calendar works for any year since 4713AC (-4712). The date of change from Julian Calendar to Gregorian is Oct 15 1582 (Julian Oct 5 1582).
For years before 321, when Emperor Constantine I introduced by decree the week cycle and Sunday rest, you will see the Roman Calendar with Kalendae, Nonae and Idi and the nundinal cycle instead of the week. You can always see the modern style calendar selecting from the dropdown menu.
For years between 46BC (first year of the Julian Calendar) and 4AD I tried to take into account the leap year error (which the priests interposed every three years instead of four) up to 8BC when August corrected this error suppressing three leap years.
For years before 46AC (-45) this calendar uses a analeptic julian calendar which obviously is different from the calendar used by Romans at the time (Numan Calendar).


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