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Can you name the calendars by their representation of the [Gregorian] date 1 November 2009?
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1 November 2009 A.D.
19 October 2009 A.D
Kal. Nov. 2762 A.U.C.
Վարագ Հրոտիչ ԹՎ ՌՆԾԸ / Varag Hrotich 1458
17 ‘Ilm, 166 B.E.
18 Tuber 2959
Day 6, Ninth Month, Jichou Year 98
29 Tishrin I 6759 / ܚܔܘܗܬܫܪܝܢ ܐ ܒܙ
১৭ কার্ত্তিক ১৪১৬ / 17 Karttik 1416
17 Karttik 2067
9 Kartik 1932 Saka Era
5770 Heshvan 14/י״ד חשון תש״ע
1430 Dhu al-Qi'da 13 / ١٣ذو القعدة١٤٣
1388 Aban 10 / ١آبان ١٣٨٨
11 Brumaire an CCXVIII
11-Tochtli (rabbit), 1-Acatl (reed), 2-Ocelotl (jaguar)
21 παοπι 1725 A.M.
The Aftermath 13, 3175 Y.O.L.D.
21 Ṭəqəmt 2000 I.E.
一日十一月平成二十一年/Tsuitachi Juichigatsu Heisei 21
Minggu Wage, Aryang, MONDO SIO
Dae-Pa-Meher, Khordad 1379 Y.Z.
1 November 2009 (Juche 98)
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Nov 2nd, 2009 at 03:52 GMT
This quiz asks for the names of the calendars whose representations of 1 November 2009 are given. Don't expect to get too many of them - it's a hard quiz, but hopefully it'll be fun. I apologize in advance for any mistakes, I am only actually familiar with a few of these, the rest coming from Wikipedia. If you have any questions, corrections or anything of the sort, please comment.
Nov 3rd, 2009 at 17:25 GMT
Great quiz, I got 16 because I just started guessing civilizations with calenders. Although I actually knew Gregorian, Julian, and Star Trek
Nov 3rd, 2009 at 18:49 GMT
Man... I wrote "French Republic" and it didn't take it... But fun quiz nonetheless.
Nov 3rd, 2009 at 19:37 GMT
Oh, and one more calendar: 1 November Juche 98 (Juche, a.k.a. North Korean).
Nov 3rd, 2009 at 19:37 GMT
For the French Republican calendar, one would normally just write "11 brumaire an 218" or rather "11 brumaire an CCXVIII".
Nov 3rd, 2009 at 20:06 GMT
Thanks for the correction. I intentionally left Juche off because, however amusing it is, it's really just the Gregorian calendar but with a different year and even in North Korea they are usually listed side by side, i.e. 1 November 2009 (Juche 98). Maybe as a bonus, though.
Nov 3rd, 2009 at 22:04 GMT
I'll be the obligatory Star Trek nerd...that stardate, at least in TNG reckoning, corresponds to a date in April 2368. Since the stardate calendar didn't exist in the year 2009, obviously there isn't a "correct" stardate for this date, unless you counted backwards and made it a negative number. The new movie changed the system yet again so it was just the year plus the day, so in that system you could say it's "2009.305". Please don't beat me up.
Nov 3rd, 2009 at 23:12 GMT
The presence of the Discordian calendar makes me very happy.
Nov 3rd, 2009 at 23:23 GMT
@Antithesys: thanks, I won't beat you up. Honestly, I always thought the stardates were randomly chosen numbers that had no real meaning, so I either made one up or copied from wikipedia (I can't remember). @Micah: I saw the Discordian Calendar on wikipedia and figured, why not put it on? If you did get it, I'm pretty sure you're the only one (other than me testing it).
Nov 4th, 2009 at 03:50 GMT
Wow, I love this quiz. I'd never heard of the Discordian one, but just checked it out, & I'm lovin' it, too. Thanks for the Armenian one: last week I spent ages lookng at pictures of Ani, the ancient Armenian capital. Never really appreciated the calligraphy of the language until then.
Nov 4th, 2009 at 03:56 GMT
The Aftermath. That's just awesome. lol Stardate made me laugh.
Nov 6th, 2009 at 14:16 GMT
י״ד חשון תש״ע is the Hebrew date. Numbers are represented by letters of the alphabet (gematria).
Nov 9th, 2009 at 11:51 GMT
Love it. You make really good quizzes.
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