Beginnings of the Calendar While time may seem regimented and concrete in today's fast-moving world, the modern calendar actually took centuries to evolve. A new book sheds light on how that evolution took place, and how the calendar molds modern life.
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While time may seem regimented and concrete in today's fast-moving world, the modern calendar actually took centuries to evolve. A new book sheds light on how that evolution took place, and how the calendar molds modern life.

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Michael Judge, author, The Dance of Time: The Origins of the Calendar