09-10-2011, 07:26 PM

So for any of you liturgical geeks, I found a really cool Easter calendar. It is here: http://www.henk-reints.nl/easter/eastertable.pdf

It has the dates for Easter for the next eight millennia.

The Y axis is the first two digits of the year (one century per line).

The X axis is second two digits of the year.

Above every millennium block there is a ruler that should help to find the correct year within each century.

At the position so found there is either a decimal digit or a letter indicating the Easter date.

If it's a digit, then that is the last digit of a date in March from 22 to 31.

If it's a letter, then the alphabetic ordinal number is the date in April.

So boiled down:

2 : 3/22

3 : 3/23

4 : 3/24

5 : 3/25

6 : 3/26

7 : 3/27

8 : 3/28

9 : 3/29

0 : 3/30

1 : 3/31

a : 4/1

b : 4/2

c : 4/3

d : 4/4

e : 4/5

f : 4/6

g : 4/7

h : 4/8

i : 4/9

j : 4/10

k : 4/11

l : 4/12

m : 4/13

n : 4/14

o : 4/15

p : 4/16

q : 4/17

r : 4/18

s : 4/19

t : 4/20

u : 4/21

v : 4/22

w : 4/23

x : 4/24

y : 4/25

It has the dates for Easter for the next eight millennia.

The Y axis is the first two digits of the year (one century per line).

The X axis is second two digits of the year.

Above every millennium block there is a ruler that should help to find the correct year within each century.

At the position so found there is either a decimal digit or a letter indicating the Easter date.

If it's a digit, then that is the last digit of a date in March from 22 to 31.

If it's a letter, then the alphabetic ordinal number is the date in April.

So boiled down:

2 : 3/22

3 : 3/23

4 : 3/24

5 : 3/25

6 : 3/26

7 : 3/27

8 : 3/28

9 : 3/29

0 : 3/30

1 : 3/31

a : 4/1

b : 4/2

c : 4/3

d : 4/4

e : 4/5

f : 4/6

g : 4/7

h : 4/8

i : 4/9

j : 4/10

k : 4/11

l : 4/12

m : 4/13

n : 4/14

o : 4/15

p : 4/16

q : 4/17

r : 4/18

s : 4/19

t : 4/20

u : 4/21

v : 4/22

w : 4/23

x : 4/24

y : 4/25