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Gregorian Calendar Converters

   

Generic Year Converters

These templates work for all years from 13493 thru 13528 UCC (1992/93 thru 2027/28 Gregorian)

They show Gregorian month & day of month number only (not days of the week or year number)

They do not highlight the dates that the equinoxes & solstices occur or show the moon's phases

Standard Year Converter & Planner

For UCC Years from 13493 (1992/93) to 13528 (2027/28) NOT containing Gregorian Leap Years

Gregorian Leap Year Converter & Planner

As above but for UCC Years containing Gregorian Leap Years*

UCC 13496 13500 13504 13508 13512 13516 13520 13524 13528
Gregorian 1995/96 1999/00 2003/04 2007/08 2011/12 2015/16 2019/20 2023/24 2027/28

*UCC Leap Years do not require a separate converter as the extra day is inserted as 'Day Zero' at the start of the year

*Year Numbers shown in RED are Leap Years

   

Detailed Year By Year Converters

Show full Gregorian dates, including days of the week & year number

Highlight the dates that the equinoxes & solstices occur

Above: An example of the Circular Landscape Layout for the year 13517

The 'Tabular Layout' versions below also show the moon's phases

Three Year's Ago

13515 to 2014/15

Year Before Last

13516 to 2015/16

Last Year

13517* to 2016/17

Tabular-Portrait Layout - COLOUR [13515]

Tabular-Portrait Year Planner - COLOUR [13516]

Tabular-Portrait Layout - COLOUR [13517]

Circular-Landscape Layout - COLOUR [13515]

Circular-Landscape Layout - COLOUR [13516]

Circular-Landscape Layout - COLOUR [13517]

Circular-Landscape Layout - B&W [13515]

Circular-Landscape Layout - B&W [13516]

Circular-Landscape Layout - B&W [13517]

Notes

*Year Numbers shown in RED are Leap Years

The dates of the Equinoxes & Solstices are highlighted in bold type on the Circular Converters

The UCC Year starts on 'New Year's Day' which is the first full day after the occurrence of the North Bound Equinox, which I therefore call the 'Nobenox'

(The 'Nobenox' has typically been called the 'Spring' or 'Vernal' Equinox by those in the Northern Hemisphere)

It is known in both Astronomy & Astrology as the '1st Point of Aries' and therefore is given the symbol '♈', the symbol of Aries

(This occurs circa 20th March Gregorian)

  
A BIG THANKS to "Mick The Moon" for the Circular Converters
  

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