Calendar of Corwyn

The annual calendar used by the vast majority of the human populations of East, West, and North Corwyn is derived from a system invented during the Ravinian Empire. The Ravinian Calendar divides the Corwyn year into ten months of forty days each, and each month into four weeks of ten days each. The Corwyn year begins on the night of Midsummer’s Eve, followed the next morning by the start of the second week of Nieumont.

The Ten Months months in a year are:

Nieumont
Klarmont
Ambyrmont
Felmont
Fyrmont
Kaldmont
Thaumont
Ladermont
Flaurmont
Harthmont

Each week has ten 22-hour days, beginning with Eiryundain.

A Corwyn 10-day week consists of:

Eiryundain
Grômdain
Tserdain
Nyrdain
Rhëasdain
Enomdain
Moldain
Karmadain
Isildain
Atordain.

The Corwyn calendar also recognizes four seasons:

Summer includes the three months of Harthmont, Nieumont, and Klarmont.
Autumn includes the two months of Ambyrmont and Felmont.
Winter includes the three months of Fyrmont, Kaldmont, and Thaumont.
Spring includes the two months of Ladermont and Flaurmont.