What month is December on the Egyptian calendar?

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What month is December on the Egyptian calendar?

The Month of December:

The month of December was originally part of the old Roman calendar. It was the last month of the calendar. After the creation of the Julian calendar, it became part of the Julian calendar. Under the Julian calendar, it continued to be the last month of the year

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The Gregorian month of December generally corresponds with the Egyptian month of Choiak. The month of Choiak occurs from December 10 to January 8....

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