Caesar

(1995 EY8 )
CURRENT POSITION: 16 CAN 52
Incl: 5.87408
Eccent: 0.1387123
Period: 3.4871719590321 years
AU 2.2995111
Type: 0000

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5.3.1995 00:56 Tautenburg 11e43 50n59 observations 1

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Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.) promulgated in 46 B.C. on the advice of the Alexandrine astronomer Sosigenes what is now called the Julian calendar. In 44 B.C., after the assassination of Julius, the fifth month "Quintilis" was renamed Julius (July).

Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar (100–44 B.C.) promulgated in 46 B.C. on the advice of the Alexandrine astronomer Sosigenes what is now called the Julian calendar. In 44 B.C., after the assassination of Julius, the fifth month “Quintilis” was renamed Julius (July). (M 45749)

Avastatud: 5-3-1995 Avastamiskoht: Tautenburg Avastajad: Borngen, F.

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