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Day of Tiburtius (alternate #2)

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Day of Tiburtius (alternate #2)

A symbol from the clog almanacs used in Medieval Sweden.

The day of Tiburtius is also known as "beginning of the summer half-year". Although the day officially falls on April 13th, in a broader sense it refers to the beginning of the year's warm weather, a period spanning roughly from March to October.


Graphical characteristics:
Asymmetric, Closed shape, Monochrome, Contains both straight and curved lines, Has crossing lines.

Day of Tiburtius (alternate #2) is part of the Clog Almanac group.

More symbols in Clog Almanac:

The clog almanac was originally a Scandinavian creation that was later brought to England. A "clog" referred to a four-sided piece of material (usually wood but could also be bone, horn or metal), an… read more »

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