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What does JC stand for?

JC stands for Julian Calendar (until 1582; in Russia until 1918)


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The exact year of Good Friday has been estimated as AD 33, by two different groups, and originally as AD 34 by Isc Newton via the differences between the Biblical and Julian calendars and the crescent of the moon.
A 66-year-old Limassol resident was buried in a private field last week, on a site earmarked for a future cemetery by the Old Calendarists, who split from the Orthodox Church when the latter adopted a form of the Gregorian calendar, rather than sticking with the old Julian calendar.
1582: Pope Gregory XIII announced the new Gregorian calendar, replacing the Julian calendar.
And even the Julian calendar, long since discarded by most, retains its force among the Berber people of North Africa, while the 20 monasteries on the peninsula of Mount Athos in northeastern Greece use the Revised Julian calendar.
Ethiopia retains the Julian calendar and usually the New Year falls on September 11.
As Christ's life was decreed the most significant, the difference between before and after was instigated by the Romans, then updated from the Julian calendar from 304 days to 365 days under Emperor Augustus and Pope Gregory, who brought in the leap year.
1582: Pope Gregory XIII announced the new Gregorian calendar, replacing the Julian calendar.
1582: Pope Gregory XIII announced the new Gregorian calendar, replacing the Julian calendar.

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