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Hebrew calendar - Wikipedia

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The Hebrew or Jewish calendar is a lunisolar calendar used today predominantly for Jewish religious observances. It determines the dates for Jewish holidays ...

Judaism 101: Jewish Calendar

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Learn about the Jewish calendar, its background and history, the numbering of Jewish years, the months of the Jewish year and the days of the Jewish week.

January, 2017 - Jewish Calendar - Chabad.org

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Event Reminders · Shabbat Time Alerts · Share My Calendar · Jewish Practice » Jewish Calendar. To view Shabbat Times click here to set your location ...

Jewish Holidays 2017 | Hebcal Jewish Calendar

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Dates of major and minor Jewish holidays for 2017, observances and customs, holiday Torah readings.

Jewish Calendar, Hebrew Date Converter, Holidays - hebcal.com

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Interactive web interface for generating a list of Jewish dates and times customized to zip codes, converting between Hebrew and Gregorian dates.

Hebrew Date Converter - 19th of Tevet, 5777 | Hebcal Jewish ...

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Convert between Gregorian/civil and Hebrew/Jewish calendar dates. Tue, 17 January 2017 = 19th of Tevet, 5777.

Custom Calendar | Hebcal Jewish Calendar

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Nov 23, 2016 ... Personalized Jewish calendar for any year 0001-9999 includes Jewish holidays, candle lighting times, Torah readings. Export to Outlook ...

Jewish Calendar - Aish.com

www.aish.com/jewish-calendar/Jewish_Calendar.html

All-purpose Jewish calendar - listing holidays, sefirat ha'omer, shabbat and holiday candle lighting times.

Introduction to the Jewish Calendar - Hebrew for Christians

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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 ...

The Jewish Calendar | Calendars - Webexhibits

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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  ...