New Year dates in Islamic and Amazigh societies (Katia Djama)

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May 15, 2018

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mastersfdl, « New Year dates in Islamic and Amazigh societies (Katia Djama) », Investigatio, ID : 10670/1.08wyas


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New Year dates in Islamic and Amazigh societies According to historical and religious calendars   New Year, which is the first day of the year, is celebrated all over the world on January 1st, so it is a standard date based on the Gregorian calendar, which is also considered as a solar calendar. However, there are societies which celebrate this event twice. To be explicit, they celebrate the New Year on January 1st, and also on another date based on their own calendar, that is found either o...

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