Calendar

Calendar of the North

The North uses essentially the same calendar as our modern world, though the names for the months are somewhat different.

Julian Northern Ethelling Number of Days Mansion Divinity
January Morsugur Aeftera-geola-monath 31 Valaskjalf Vali
February Thorri Sol-monath 28 Sokkvabekkur Saga
March Goa Hreth-monath 31 Gladsheimur Hroptur
April Einmanudhur Eostur-monath 30 Thrymheimur Skadhi
May Harpa Thrimilce-monath 31 Breidhablik Baldur
June Skerpla Aerra-Litha 30 Himinbjorg Heimdallur
July Solmanudhur Aeftera-Litha 31 Folkvangur Freyja
August Heyannir Weod-monath 31 Glitnir Forseti
September Tvimanudhur Halig-monath 30 Noatun Njordhur
October Haustmanudhur Winter-fylleth 31 Landvidhi Vidharr
November Gormanudhur Blot-monath 30 Ydalir Ullur
December Ylir Aerra-geola-monath 31 Alfheimur Freyur

The days of the week are named as in similarly to our calendar as well:

Day Northern Ethelling Meaning
Monday Manadagur Monandaeg Moon’s Day
Tuesday Tysdagur Tiwesdaeg Tyr’s Day
Wednesday Odhinsdagur Wodnesdaeg Odhinn’s Day
Thursday Thorsdagur Thunresdaeg Thorr’s Day
Friday Freyjudagur Frigedaeg Freyja’s Day
Saturday Sjaundidagur Seofodhadaeg Seventh Day
Sunday Solsdagur Sunnandaeg Sun’s Day

The first year of the campaign setting, 900 N.Y., is a leap year starting on a Tuesday. For the calendar, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leap_year_starting_on_Tuesday

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