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Alphabeter
02-27-2005, 08:49 AM
I had this GREAT bookmark that I can't find and I could be in for some ugly work if I have to do the math without it. :Smack:

It was an interactive site where you could put in a date (say 8-23-1396) and it would give you the day of the week or you could put in a day, month and year and get a correlating date (Sunday, May, 1685) and it would give you a list of dates.

This made it easy for historians, writers and researchers to pin down St Crispin's Day of 1256 or if October 4, 835 occured on a Tuesday.

I am working out a long project where I need to have exact days of dates (even if they end up being for me the author only) in various years.

I REEEEEEEEAAAAAAALLLLLLLLYYYYY don't Wanna Hafta do this the Hard Way. I would be Very Mucho Humungo Ginormously Grateful to whomever could direct me to this link :Hail: or one very similar as Google says "you want whaa?" :Wha:

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astonwest
02-27-2005, 09:03 AM
http://www.apples4theteacher.com/calendar.html

I'm sure this isn't what you're looking for, but it looks like it would work.
(although getting back to the 1800s may take a while, clicking all the way)

CindyBidar
02-27-2005, 09:33 AM
This one (http://www.calendarhome.com/tyc/) has an interesting Excel spreadsheet you can use to calculate any day of the week from the year 1 to 10000. I can't speak for the accuracy, though.

Edited to add: This one (http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/) is much easier to use!