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I like it, I hate it, Please don't link toLinkBot 00:52, 18 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Outward links[edit]

  • Can link Roman calendar: ...[[Aphrodite]]. April was originally the second month of the Roman calendar and had 29 days. [[Julius Caesar]]'s calendar [[Julian cale...
  • Can link 45 BCE: ... [[Julius Caesar]]'s calendar [[Julian calendar|reform]] in 45 BCE resulted in April having 30 days and becoming the fourth mo...
  • Can link leap years: ...ay of week as ''July'' in all years and also ''January'' in leap years.... (link to section)