What Is the Earliest Date Easter Can Be?

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The date of Easter normally varies between 22 March and 25 April. Easter is a feast that is not fixed in relation to the public calendar. The date of Easter was established by the first Council of Nicaea as the first Sunday after the full moon according to the northern hemisphere's vernal equinox.
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