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Ignoring Easter, the Julian calendar repeats every 28 years.

Ignoring weekdays, the Julian calendar repeats every 48 months.

The Tzolk'in calendar has a period of 260 days.

Ignoring Easter, the Julian calendar repeats every 336 months.

In Judaism, there are 365 negative commandments.

It is also the number of days in a common year.

A leap year has 366 days.

The number 400 (four hundred) is called centzontli in Classical Nahuatl.

The Gregorian calendar repeats every 400 years.

The Julian calendar repeats every 532 years.

Ignoring Easter, the Julian calendar repeats every 1,461 weeks.

Ignoring weekdays, the Julian calendar repeats every 1,461 days.

4,609 is the first year in which Julian Easter and Gregorian Pentecost coincide. There is a German proverb “wenn Ostern und Pfingsten auf einen Tag fallen” equivalent to the English “when pigs fly”, but this applies only if both holidays are calculated according to the same calendar.

The Gregorian calendar repeats every 4,800 months.

The Julian calendar repeats every 6,384 months.

8,202 is the first year with a conflict between the ecclesiastical rule and the Gauss-Bach rule for the Easter date.

Ignoring Easter, the Julian calendar repeats every 10,227 days.

The Gregorian calendar repeats every 20,871 weeks.

The Julian calendar repeats every 27,759 weeks.

The Gregorian calendar repeats every 146,097 days.

The Julian calendar repeats every 194,313 days.

The Hebrew calendar repeats every 689,472 years.

The Hebrew calendar repeats every 8,527,680 months.

The Hebrew calendar repeats every 35,975,351 weeks.

The Hebrew calendar repeats every 251,827,457 days.

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