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The cities of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Stabiae are buried in volcanic ash ( note: this traditional date has been challenged, and many scholars believe that the event occurred on October 24 ).
* 753 BC – Romulus and Remus founded Rome ( traditional date ).
The traditional date for the founding of Rome of 21 April 753 BC, was initiated by Varro.
Though many evangelical commentators still defend the traditional sixth century date for the book's composition, the scholarly consensus is that it is a product of Maccabean times.
The common view is that the court tales represent a stratum of older, traditional stories, while the visions and final redaction of the work date to the second century BCE.
In most of East Asia today, the Gregorian calendar is used for day-to-day activities, but the Chinese calendar is still used for marking traditional East Asian holidays such as the Chinese New Year, the Duan Wu festival, and the Mid-Autumn Festival, and in astrology, such as choosing the most auspicious date for a wedding or the opening of a building.
In the 1969 revision of the Roman Catholic calendar of saints, it was decided to leave the celebration of the feast of St Peter of Verona to local calendars, because he was not as well known worldwide, and Saint Catherine's feast was restored to its traditional date of April 29.
Ōjin was born ( in 200 according to the traditional, but untrustworthy TC date, timetable ; realistically sometime in the late 4th century ) in Tsukushi on the return of his mother from the invasion of the promised land and named him Prince Hondawake.
The Jewish calendar's epoch ( reference date ), 1 Tishrei 1 AM, is equivalent to Monday, 7 October 3761 BCE in the proleptic Julian calendar, the equivalent tabular date ( same daylight period ) and is about one year before the traditional Jewish date of Creation on 25 Elul AM 1, based upon the Seder Olam Rabbah of Rabbi Yossi ben Halafta, a 2nd century CE sage.
They also believe there are traditional formulas that date back to Moses on how the divine law may be interpreted-see above, " Rules by which early Jewish law was derived ".
Since there are two different calendars currently in use among various Orthodox churches, two dates are listed: the first date is the date on the traditional Julian Calendar, the second date, after the slash, is the same day on the modern Gregorian Calendar:
* The traditional period known as " fence month " ( the closed season for deer in England ) ended July 9 ( date varied )
* 1752 – Benjamin Franklin proves that lightning is electricity ( traditional date, the exact date is unknown ).
A hitchhiker hostel has its own stamp and logbook, just like a traditional letterbox, and any hitchhiker that is placed within it should be stamped and recorded within the logbook, preferably with both the date of its being added to the hostel ( in order to make it easier to move the older hitchhikers out ), and the date it is removed.
Unusually fine for their early date, and with a remarkably rich survival of evidence, these sites stand as a visible symbol of the achievements of early peoples away from the traditional centres of civilisation ... Maes Howe is a masterpiece of Neolithic peoples.
As this funerary monument was erected before the traditional date given for the death of King Midas in the early 7th century BC, it is now generally thought to have covered the burial of his father.
Several surviving references indicate that a Hamlet-like play was well-known throughout the 1590s, well before the traditional date of composition ( 1599 – 1601 ).
The reason for the reform was that the average length of the year in the Julian calendar was too long – it treated each year as 365 days, 6 hours in length, whereas calculations showed that the actual mean length of a year is slightly less ( 365 days, 5 hours and 49 minutes ) As a result, the date of the actual vernal equinox had slowly ( over the course of 13 centuries ) slipped to 10 March, while the computus ( calculation ) of the date of Easter still followed the traditional date of 21 March.

traditional and commemoration
Falla ; ) is a traditional celebration held in commemoration of Saint Joseph in Valencia, Spain.
The traditional Western commemoration of Onesimus is on 16 February.
As a result, the 2012 commemoration, his last as President, was held in the National Palace balcony instead, thus becoming the third President breaking the traditional practice.
Nowadays, it is a combination of several commemoration rites and traditional plays.
In the spring, they hold a large service in commemoration of Ching Ming, a traditional Chinese festival where many pay respects to deceased relatives by cleaning their graves.
Brains ' Bread of Heaven, named after a traditional Welsh rugby anthem, was launched in 2005 in commemoration of the sponsorship, and is mostly sold during the Six Nations Championship and autumn internationals.
Speaking at the 6th commemoration of The African Traditional Medicine Day in Cameroon's capital of Yaoundé, she said that the continent should benefit more from its ancient traditional knowledge.
Protestant leaders in the mid-1920s also proposed an annual octave of prayer for unity amongst Christians, leading up to Pentecost Sunday ( the traditional commemoration of the establishment of the Church ).
In 2005-06 Arsenal changed their home colours from their traditional red and white to a variant of maroon known as redcurrant as a commemoration of their final season at Highbury Stadium ; this colour was the same shade the team had worn when they had moved to Highbury in 1913.
Although there were tensions between the younger leaders like Johnnie White and the older, traditional republicans such as Seán Keenan, both sides saw the unrest of 1968-69 as a chance to advance republican aims, and the two shared the platform at the Easter commemoration in April 1969.
These are ; the commemoration of the Passion of Jesus Christ and his rise from dead-with the traditional Good Friday procession, which in Ħal Għaxaq is held on Palm Sunday evening, celebrated a Sunday before Easter, the Main Secondary feast of Saint Joseph celebrated on the 1st Sunday of June, Corpus Christi on the 2nd Sunday of June and Our Lady of the Rosary on the 2nd Sunday of October.

traditional and is
William Styron, while facing the changing economy with a certain uneasy reluctance, insists he is not to be classified as a Southern writer and yet includes traditional Southern concepts in everything he publishes.
One reason is, of course, that the new scepticism has been willing to maintain the general picture of the invasions as portrayed in the traditional sources.
If man is actually the product of his environment and if science can discover the laws of human nature and the ways in which environment determines what people do, then someone -- a someone probably standing outside traditional systems of values -- can turn around and develop completely efficient means for controlling people.
Rexroth is a longtime jazz buff, a name-dropper of jazz heroes, and a student of traditional as well as modern jazz.
Through all this raving, Krim is performing a traditional and by now boring rite, the attack on intelligence, upon the largely successful attempt of the magazines he castigates to liberate American writing from local color and other varieties of romantic corn.
Certainly, it is the traditional clarity of his music which has endeared him to the Western World -- not his experimentations.
The paper has a certain value as a comparatively easy introduction to this approach, particularly since it treats a fairly simple and straightforward phenomenon where it is possible to compare it with a more traditional ( though not structural ) statement.
What is left to traditional systems of philosophy is, in effect, only the history of these fields prior to their becoming rigorous enough to abide by the canons of scientific method.
This explanation is attractive, but is vitiated at least in part by the observation that Cynewulf, though he used kennings in the traditional manner, was a literate man who four times inscribed his name by runes into his works.
A traditional Lao explanation is that the moon was being swallowed by a toad, and the remedy was to make all possible noise, ideally with firearms.
And the rebellion of these third generation Jews is not the traditional conflict of culture but, rather, a protest against a culture that they view as softly and insidiously enveloping.
This conclusion is dependent on the assumption that traditional sex mores will continue to sanction both premarital chastity as the `` ideal '', and the double standard holding females primarily responsible for preserving the ideal.
Gov. Vandiver is expected to make the traditional visit to both chambers as they work toward adjournment.
`` This is a long picture and a controversial one, but basically it is a moral, enthralling and heartbreaking description of humans who have become unlinked from life as perhaps Rome has from her traditional political, cultural and religious glories ''.
If Bultmann's own definition of myth is strictly adhered to ( and it is interesting that this is almost never done by those who make such pronouncements ), the evidence is overwhelming that he does not at all exaggerate the extent to which the mythological concepts of traditional theology have become incredible and irrelevant.
However, even if the latent demand for demythologization is not nearly as widespread as we are claiming, at least among the cultured elements of the population there tends to be an almost complete indifference to the church and its traditional message of sin and grace.
With traditional nationalistic spirit, some Englishmen claim that English Catholicism is Catholicism at its best.
The truth is that any revival of traditional and indigenous religion will serve to promote that sense of identity and Volksgeist which these young nations very much need.
The traditional story about his departure reports that he was disappointed with the direction the academy took after control passed to Plato's nephew Speusippus upon his death, although it is possible that he feared anti-Macedonian sentiments and left before Plato had died.

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