Leading lady: Julianne Moore, 55, features in Pirelli's 2017 calendar - which celebrates 'natural beauty and femininity'

Julianne Moore, 55, and Robin Wright, 50, star in Pirelli calendar

Make-up free Julianne Moore, and Robin Wright, dazzle in Pirelli's 2017 calendar as they shun 'false beauty standards' and airbrushing to celebrate mature women in Hollywood

Bissextus - The extra day added to the Julian calendar every fourth year

Bissextus - february the extra day added to the julian calendar every fourth year (except those evenly divisible by to compensate for the approximately six hours a year by which the common year of 365 days falls short of the solar year.

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"Books in 2016: A Literary Calendar" via TheGuardian.com

Books in 2016: a literary calendar

Literary Calendar: From a new novel by Julian Barnes to the film of The Girl on the Train, from the most hotly tipped debuts to Henning Mankell’s farewell essays – everything you need to know about the literary year ahead.

Bosnian Serbs carry oak and pray near burning Yule logs in front of the Church of the Holy Prophet Elijah during the eve of the Orthodox Christmas in Sokolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, January 6, 2016. Most Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas according to the Julian calendar on January 7, two weeks after most western Christian churches that abide by the Gregorian calendar. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic #orthodox #oak #fire #celebration #christmas #picoftheday #Gregorian #calendar #picoftheday

Bosnian Serbs carry oak and pray near burning Yule logs in front of the Church of the Holy Prophet Elijah during the eve of the Orthodox Christmas in Sokolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, January 6, 2016. Most Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas according to the Julian calendar on January 7, two weeks after most western Christian churches that abide by the Gregorian calendar. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic #orthodox #oak #fire #celebration #christmas #picoftheday #Gregorian #calendar #picoftheday

Christian Orthodox believers swim across cold water for a cross in the river Ribnica, in Podgorica, Montenegro, marking Orthodox Epiphany, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016. Orthodox Serbs celebrate Epiphany on January 19, following the old Julian calendar, with the tradition of retrieving crosses from the rivers and lakes.​

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Christian Orthodox believers swim across cold water for a cross in the river Ribnica, in Podgorica, Montenegro, marking Orthodox Epiphany, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016. Orthodox Serbs celebrate Epiphany on January 19, following the old Julian calendar, with the tradition of retrieving crosses from the rivers and lakes.​

June 3, 2016 - The Mayan Calendar Is Off By 3 1/2 Years!

The baktun is days. There are 13 baktuns in the Mayan Calendar. days x 13 baktuns = solar days Now the Gregorian calendar solar year is The Julian calendar solar year is The Haab Mayan calendar solar year is 365

MOSCOW, RUSSIA. JANUARY 18, 2016. Russian Liberal Democratic Party Leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky takes a dip in a basin with cold water during celebrations of Orthodox Epiphany in Revolution Square. In Eastern Christianity, the feast of Epiphany commemorates the Baptism of Jesus. The Russian Orthodox Church celebrates the holiday according to the Julian calendar. Valery Sharifulin/TASS

MOSCOW, RUSSIA. JANUARY 18, 2016. Russian Liberal Democratic Party Leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky takes a dip in a basin with cold water during celebrations of Orthodox Epiphany in Revolution Square. In Eastern Christianity, the feast of Epiphany commemorates the Baptism of Jesus. The Russian Orthodox Church celebrates the holiday according to the Julian calendar. Valery Sharifulin/TASS

Friday, January 8: Minsk, Belarus Servicemen of the Belarus Interior Ministry's special unit line up to kiss an Orthodox cross after an Orthodox Christmas service at their military base in Minsk, Belarus on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. Belarus Orthodox believers celebrate Christmas by the Julian calendar on Jan. 7.  -    © Sergei Grits/AP

Friday, January 8: Minsk, Belarus Servicemen of the Belarus Interior Ministry's special unit line up to kiss an Orthodox cross after an Orthodox Christmas service at their military base in Minsk, Belarus on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. Belarus Orthodox believers celebrate Christmas by the Julian calendar on Jan. 7. - © Sergei Grits/AP

On 24 February 1582, Pope Gregory XIII, enlisting the expertise of distinguished astronomers and mathematicians, issued a bull correcting the Julian calendar, which was then 10 days in error. The correction was a minor one, changing the rule about leap years. The new calendar named for him, the Gregorian calendar, became effective 4 Octtober 1582, in most Catholic countries. It is the most widely used calendar in the world...

Sankrant Sanu calls for a better calendar for India on which India can celebrate new year. Our dissociation with the lunar cycles is also a dissociation from nature in secular modernity, itself an outgrowth of Christian theology.

A traditional, masked "Silvesterchlaus" walks through Waldstatt, Switzerland, Jan. 13, 2016, to offer the best wishes for the New Year of the Julian calendar to the farmers in this region. After their performance of singing and dancing the Silvesterchlaeuse receive hot drinks.

Silvesterchlaus (New Year Clause) gets under way in Waldstatt, Switzerland yesterday. A relic from the Julian calendar days, it involves groups of masked men in costume carrying bells from farm to farm and singing new year wishes

In Ukraine, Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on Jan. 7 instead of Dec…

Merry Christmas to all of our Orthodox friends and family that are celebrating the old calendar. Christ is Born! Glorify Him!

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