-- This web site contains tips and tricks to help you manage your time, take better notes and study more effectively, work on your memory, take tests, and handle the stresses of college life
AltCal, A Long Term Calendar
-- A free Excel spreadsheet to build your own calendars from 4712 BC to 1...... AD ! A completely new version of previously knowed "ana-chroniques, le calendrier permanent"
Anno Domini (Wikipedia entry)
-- commonly abbreviated AD, refers to the conventional numbering of years in Julian & Gregorian calendars. Topics: History of Dating in the Christian World & after the Roman Empire, Popularization, Attempts at Alternative Eras, Alternative Nomenclature.
-- From Claus Tøndering. An overview of the Christian, Hebrew, and Islamic calendars in common use. It will provide a historical background for the Christian calendar, plus an overview of the French Revolutionary calendar and the Maya calendar.
Calendar FAQ, The
-- An overview of the Christian, Hebrew, and Islamic calendars in common use. It provides a historical background for the Christian calendar, plus an overview of the French Revolutionary calendar and the Maya calendar. From Claus Tøndering.
-- A theme based, multi-cultural desktop calendar for your PC. Calendar Mine can be a great reference calendar for holidays, observances, and events from 1583 up until 2500. Calendar Mine can tell you when events were in the past, present, and future.
Edward M. Reingold's Calendar Book, Papers, and Code
-- A unified, algorithmic presentation is given for the Gregorian (current civil), ISO, Julian (old civil), Islamic (Moslem), Hebrew (Jewish), Persian, Coptic, Ethiopic, Bahai, Mayan, French Revolutionary, Chinese, and Hindu calendars.
General Chronology from the online Catholic Encyclopedia
-- Historical Chronology, of which we here treat, and which fixes in the general course of time the position of any particular occurrence, or, as it is generally termed, its date. It is thus for history what latitude and longitude are for geography.
-- Descriptions of the ancient Egyptian, Hebrew, Roman, Julian, Gregorian, Islamic, Persian and more calendars. History and methods of calculcating Easter. Calculator to convert dates.
The Calendar and the Days of the Week
-- Ask Dr. Math: FAQ from the Math Forum at Drexel. What years are leap years? What day of the week will it be, a year from today? How do I find the day of the week for any date? How do I find a calendar for any year? How common are Friday the 13ths?