The Hebrew or Jewish calendar is a lunisolar calendar used today predominantly
for Jewish religious observances. It determines the dates for Jewish holidays ...
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The current definition of the Jewish calendar is generally said to have been set
down by the Sanhedrin president Hillel II in approximately C.E. 359. The original
The Hebrew lunar calendar (i.e., ha-lu'ach ha-ivri: הַלוּחַ הַעִבְרִי) is "set"
differently than the solar calendar. The day begins at sundown; the climactic day
of the ...
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Unlike the Gregorian (civil) calendar, which is based on the sun (solar), the
Jewish calendar is based primarily on the moon (lunar), with periodic
Fundamentals of the Jewish Calendar: Days and Weeks; Months; Years;
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A leap year in the Jewish calendar has 13 months and occurs 7 times in a 19-
year cycle. In Hebrew, a leap year is referred to as Shanah Me'uberet, or