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WikiProject Time assessment rating comment[edit]

Barely a Start class.

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Yamara 17:20, 31 May 2008 (UTC)


If January and February were the inserted months, what were July and August called before the reigns of the respective Caesars?jimfbleak 16:11 Apr 24, 2003 (UTC)

Quintilis and Sextilis. I added this info to the pages on July and August. -- IHCOYC 16:19 Apr 24, 2003 (UTC)

1 July same day of week as 1 April[edit]

"July starts on the same day of the week as April in common years." Why does it matter whether we're talking about a leap year? Doesn't 1 July occur 91 (7 * 13) days after 1 April every year? --AndersW (talk) 00:52, 6 April 2008 (UTC)

right . It doesn't matter.Handsomeransom (talk) 03:50, 4 July 2012 (UTC)

Great Nawaf?[edit]

The article contains a sepia-toned photo of a boy on a playground, captioned "The Great Nawaf." I'm mystified as to why this photo and caption are present, and what they have to do with the month of July. (talk) 19:16, 30 December 2012 (UTC)