This calendar was commissioned by my tutor. This calendar is not accurately designed. But it worth a shot.
For ancient Egyptian, the years start in mid-July, which was called "opening of the new year"in Egyptian. One year was divided into 3 seasons: "Inundation" (mid-July to mid-November), "Growing" (mid-November to mid-March), and "Harvest" (mid-March to mid-July). Each season had 4 months. There were 36 weeks in one year, each composed by a decade of days (I did not show this on the calendar, maybe I will in next year). The other 5 days wad added to the calendar as the festivals, witch finally made a 365-day year.
The name of the month were:
"He of the Plumb-bob","Thoth"(mid-July to mid-August);
"Clothing", “The one of Karnak” (mid-August to mid-September);
“Voyage of Hathor”, “Hathor” (mid-September to mid-October);
“Apportioner of Kas”, “Ka Upon Ka”(mid-October to mid-November);
“Swelling of Emmer-Wheat”,“The Offering”(mid-November to mid-December);
“Big Burning”,“The one of the censer”(mid-December to mid-January);
“Little Burning”,“The one of Amenhotep I ”(mid-January to mid-February);
“Rennutet” (goddess of the harvest),“The one of Rennutet”(mid-February to mid-March);
“Khonsu” (moon god),“The one of Khonsu”(mid-March to mid-April);
“Khentekhtai-perti (a god)”,“The one of the wadi”(mid-April to mid-May);
“She Whose Incarnation Is Select”(mid-May to mid-June);
“Opening of the Year”,“Birth of Re”(mid-June to mid-July).
The round shape and the figures can be seen on the world-famous "Zodiac of Dendera". The four parts of the Egyptian are:
down-right: This was made by Thothotep, son of scribe, the man who seeking the scroll of the Thoth.
down-left: This was made for all the people who know Ancient Egyptian and the scribes who teach the Egyptian.
up-left: Beautiful(or good) will be the year of 2013, beautiful will be every month and day.
up-right: the moon, stars and sun are gods, are doorways towards the secret of the secrets.
Thank to the Vector Calendar from ~Stockgraphicdesigns:[link]
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND ENJOY!
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