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Category: Beginning of Time ~ End of Eternity ~ Calendar of Ancient Egypt

The calendar of ancient Egypt is reconstructed using the latest research into Heliopolitan, Memphite, District, astronomical, Delta region, and Elephantine mythologies. Its festival days and good and combative days are found in several archaeological and literary sources. The calendar is calibrated with the Heliacal rising of Sirius that establishes the opening of the year over the ancient Capital of Memphis as it was traditionally established in the Early Dynastic period, c. 2773 BCE The calendar is one of the most important facets of ancient Egyptian culture.