- See also holidays
The Polaquin Calendar is basically the same as our own Julian Calendar, simply with renamed months, seasons and days of the week. It operates on a cycle of ten days in a week, four weeks a month, twelve months a year, and every fourth year is a leap year. Every 25th year which would be a leap year is not a leap year. Every 400th year is always a leap year and every year divisible by 516 contains only the first 11 months. Months are taken from Celestial roots, such as Froe'ji, or the First of Winter. Dates are given in the format Date Month Year, Season.
Dates preceding Year 1 of the Polaquin Calendar are given as "BC" or "Before Calendar".
Days of the Week
Sunday = Monaep Monday = Du'ji Tuesday = Trij'd Wednesday = Caet Thursday = Qi'nt Friday = Ses'yer Saturday = Setner 8th day = Nov'ji 9th day = Qesij 10th day = Detes
January = Froe'ti February = Froe'li March = Tul'ji April = Tul'ti May = Tul'li June = Ign'ji July = Ign'li August = Ign'ti September = Neur'ji October = Neur'ti November = Neur'li December = Froe'ji
Winter = The Freezing Spring = The Growing Summer = The Preserving Autumn = The Burning