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  1. The Solar Hijri calendar produces a five-year leap year interval after about every seven four-year leap year intervals. [citation needed] It usually follows a 33-year subcycle with occasional interruptions by a single 29-year subcycle. The reason for this behaviour is (as explained above) that it tracks the observed vernal equinox.

  2. Leap Year Rules. Like in the Gregorian calendar, a common year in the Solar Hijri calendar has 365 days while a leap year has 366 days. However, because the Solar Hijri calendar is an observational calendar, there are no mathematical rules to determine leap years. Instead, it is the number of days between two vernal equinoxes that determines if ...

  3. Jul 01, 2022 · This means that whether or not anyone sees the moon on June 30 after sunset, because there are only 30 days in a month and never 31 like the Gregorian calendar. This means that on Friday, July 1, 2022, beginning after sunset, the evening before is the first day of the 5th month.

  4. 4th Century BCE: Romans first experienced theatre in the 4th century BCE, with a performance by Etruscan actors. The theatre of ancient Rome was a thriving and diverse art form, ranging from festival performances of street theatre, nude dancing, and acrobatics, to the staging of Plautus’s broadly appealing situation comedies, to the high-style, verbally elaborate tragedies of Seneca.

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