Calendar units Edit
The Safeholdian year was 301.32 local days in length. It was divided into ten months:
Each month was divided into six "five-days," the Safeholdian equivalent of a week, and was thus 30 days long. An extra day, called "God's Day," was inserted into the middle of July, but not numbered along with the others. (BHD)
Each five-day was five days long (hence the name):
Due to the regularity of the Safeholdian calendar, the first day of the month was always a Monday, and the last was always a Friday. (OAR)
Equinox & SolsticeEdit
The Safeholdian equinoxes occur on April 23 and September 22, and the solstices fall on July 7 and February 8. (BHD)
- ↑ Note: The number of five-days in a month is wrongly as ten in the first two books.