Recent Examples of calendrical from the Web
The calendrical coincidence combining nationalism and religion encapsulates the seething divide over Jerusalem, the seat of Israel’s government and the location of major holy sites sacred to Muslims, Christians and Jews.
The calendrical naming indicates something of the seriousness with which those events were viewed.
There, at the top of New Mexico’s Fajada Butte, Sofaer found what’s known as the Sun Dagger, a calendrical marking created from two spirals etched into the rock.
But colonial-era documents suggest that khipus had many uses in both the pre-Hispanic and colonial period that went beyond accounting, including to keep calendrical information and to tell historical narratives.
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