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 The first day of the third week of every month was declared a restday by Diure LIV, Diure the Unwise. Although his reign was brief and he was not well-liked, no king has been able to even speak of revoking this restday without risk of popular revolt. The first day of the third week of every month was declared a restday by Diure LIV, Diure the Unwise. Although his reign was brief and he was not well-liked, no king has been able to even speak of revoking this restday without risk of popular revolt.
  
-== Corronation ​Day == +== Coronation ​Day == 
-Corronation ​Day celebrates the corronation ​of King Diure LXIV, on the tenth of Garinon (2/10). It was declared a restday three years into his reign.+Coronation ​Day celebrates the coronation ​of King Diure LXIV, on the tenth of Garinon (2/10). It was declared a restday three years into his reign. 
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 +== Feast of Fools == 
 +In the dead of winter, on the tenth of Hafadathon (12/10), people throughout Rang engage in foolery of all kinds. In large cities, the fools take over, making ridiculous decrees, pardoning drunks and other miscreants, and generally making a mess of things, much to the amusement of the populous. In other places, kings and queens are crowned with a long series of ridiculous ceremonies, and even ecclesiarchs are named, to rule for a day. (This idea stolen from a [[wp>​Feast_of_Fools|real holiday]])
  
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-Names and descriptions still needed for these restdays3/8, 7/28, 8/21, 9/4, 10/17, 10/28, 11/4, 11/5, 11/6, 11/20, 12/2, 12/6, 12/10, 12/19, 12/21+Names and descriptions still needed for these restdays. Maybe some of these should be Andrithan holidays? ​3/8, 7/28, 8/21, 9/4, 10/17, 10/28, 11/4, 11/5, 11/6, 11/20, 12/2, 12/6, 12/19, 12/21, 13/6, 13/7
  
  
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   * Dragonsyear occurs on the Zabrigar new year, every 32 Zabrigar months, which is about once in 11.2 years.   * Dragonsyear occurs on the Zabrigar new year, every 32 Zabrigar months, which is about once in 11.2 years.
   * Andrithan [[zioth:​religion:​andritha#​holidays|religious holidays]]   * Andrithan [[zioth:​religion:​andritha#​holidays|religious holidays]]
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