Celtic CalendarFor everything there is a time and a season.
The earliest surviving Celtic calendar is believed to date from the 1st century BC and was found in Gaul. The 'Coligny Calendar' is a lunar calendar engraved on bronze plates. Interestingly, the months marked on it begin at the full moon, rather than the new moon, and a month is divided into a ‘light’ and ‘dark’ half lasting around two weeks each. When viewed as a whole, the Coligny Calendar spans around 30 years, which some historians think may have been the lifetime of its creator.
Node SetTribal Council Tier 4
- -3% corruption in your provinces
- +3% tax rate
- +2 public order (all provinces)
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