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All historians have agreed that the Egyptians were the first to calculate time. They divided the year into 12 months, according in their knowledge of the stars. They later discovered the solar year, and became dependent upon it. Each of the 12 months was 30 days long and they added five more days, which they called the small month. Therefore, their year became 365 days long. The final stage of rectifying the calendar, in 238 BC was to add a sixth day to the small month every four years. The beginning of their year was on the first day of the month of Thout, which is the first month of the Coptic year.

The Egyptians named their months after their gods, and chose their names according to the season of the climatic changes for agriculture. They divided the year into 3 main seasons:

    1. The season of the flood of the Nile (Thout to Koiahk)
    2. The season of vegetation (Tobi to Paremoude)
    3. The season of reaping and harvesting (Pachons to Mesori) The small month was a chance for feasts and festivals.

The Coptic months are, in order:

Thoout

Paope

Hathor

Koiahk

Tobe

Meshir

Paremhotep

Parmoute

Pashons

Paone

Epep

Mesore

Little Month

NOTE: The above Gregorian Calendar equivalents may change slightly in a leap year.