SIX SEASONS CALENDAR [SS]

Six Season Calendar

n=Denačr/n=Darčrč

Esč Rěšelrč [EH-see | rai-SHEL-ree]

    The Six Season calendar is used throughout southern Djapar. It is divided into a northern and southern calendars, which use the same names, but are offset by half a year.

    It divides the year into equal six seasons of 65 days, each of which is further subdivided into two months, which alternate between 32 days and 33 days.

    The year starts with the Light Warmth season. In the northern areas (the Denačr Lčeně kingdoms, the lands of the Darelač Ačrikč and Elnšefsen tribes, and the Keslčdeke kingdoms of  Falrerisač, Farerčyač, Nisrčsč, and Rčrfesrč) this falls on the northern vernal equinox (SD 1). In the southern areas (the Darelrčlč Empire, the lands of the Sŕrererŕanč tribes, and among the Sčuatlě people) it falls on the southern vernal equinox (SD 196).

SEASON MONTH DAYS STANDARD DAY
DARČRČ DENAČR
START END START END
Light Warmth [Ačrčyalačr] Šědhěsčě  32 196 227 1 32
Yeěrerě 33 228 260 33 65
Harsh Warmth [Nidhčyalačr] Čelě  32 261 292 66 97
Čeněi  33 293 325 98 130
Rain [Kčes] Čyelě  32 326 357 131 162
Fisedčrě  33 358 390 163 195
Chill [Kčračs] Čěferě  32 1 32 196 227
Kesděrčě  33 33 65 228 260
Early Mist [Nilfelě] Nesrenhě  32 66 97 261 292
Ťčě 33 98 130 293 325
Late Mist [Fačlfelě] Nečrě  32 131 162 326 357
Felrilě 33 163 195 358 390

    The year is also divided into 39 weeks of 10-days each, while these weeks do not match exactly with the months, but they do sync up over the year so any given date will always fall on the same day of the week. In each region the new year's day falls on the Day of the Horse. Each day of the week is named, as follows

DAY # DAY NAME 
1 Day of the Horse [Kiděsčěler]
2 Day of the Crocodile [Niderčěler]
3 Day of the Tiger [Fčrěler]
4 Day of the Fox [Lesěler]
5 Day of the Rhinoceros [Keldeněsikenler]
6 Day of the Jakal [Kčrelesěler]
7 Day of the Wolf [Ulččrler]
8 Day of the Snake [Fenfěleri]
9 Day of the Elepant [Črelčěler]
10 Day of the Bear [Delkeler]