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A group of 12 pits recently excavated in Aberdeenshire appear to mimic the phases of the moon to track lunar months over the course of a year.

Researchers from the University of Birmingham now believe this monument could be the world's oldest 'calendar' and dates back 10,000 years They found that the monument pits align during the Midwinter sunrise, which researchers say would provide an annual 'astronomic correction' to maintain the link between the passage of time indicated by the moon, the solar year and the seasons.

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D." calendar designation first came into being, says Lynn Hunt, author of Measuring Time, Making History and professor of history at UCLA. For example, the Romans generally described years based on who was consul, or by counting from the founding of the city of Rome.

Though there are a few frequently cited inflection points in that history—recorded instances of particular books using one system or another—the things that happened in the middle, and how and when new systems of dating were adopted, remain uncertain. Some might also count based on what year of an emperor's reign it was.

In colonial New England, New Year’s Day was not on January 1.

Not because the Puritans didn’t want people to have too much fun on New Year’s Eve.

So in 1582, Pope Gregory XIII approved the New Style, or Gregorian calendar. In 1582, Protestant Queen Elizabeth I was not inclined to take orders from the Catholic Church. But the English people began celebrating January 1 as New Year’s Day along with the rest of Europe. That’s how double dating got started in colonial record keeping. 1 and March 25 were identified with a slash mark between the years that overlapped.

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