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What would today's date be if we did not have a leap year?

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The leap year was introduced in 45BC with one year every four years as part of the Julian calendar named after Julius Caesar. It was originally introduced in Egypt in 238BC The Gregorian calendar was introduced in 1582 which had the current system of one every four years in years evenly divisible by four and in centennial years divisible by 400. My rough calculation is that there were 11 in the time before the Julian calendar and the birth of Christ and 501 between the estimated birth of Christ and today so my estimate is 512.

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I'd say about March 2009

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