Calendar

The Old Vedran calendar.

  • Vecnus (31 days) – Winter
  • Nerus (30 days) – Winter
  • Obadus (31 days) – Spring
  • Jas (30 days) – Spring
  • Kordus (31 days) – Summer
  • Tesavus (31 days) – Summer
  • Hextus (30 days) – Summer
  • Retribus (30 days) – Fall
  • Corellus (31 days) – Fall
  • Parthus (31 days) – Winter

There are 306 days in the Old Vedran calendar. This calendar is standard across the continent, although different cultures celebrate different holidays.

There are seven days in a week: Prima, Seca, Tertia, Quarta, Quinta, Sexta, and Septa. According to the Vedran calendar, Sexta and Septa are traditionally considered Gods’ Days, although the meaning and practice of those days varies widely both within and among cultures.

Calendar

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