Date: 2018-02-10 18:34
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A further complication arises when the document is dated by reference to Easter or one of the associated feasts, which fall on a different date each year. The procedure is similar to that described above, except that the date of Easter in the relevant regnal year must first be found, instead of the saint's day.
As most genealogists know, dating conventions in English documents can cause problems even as late as the 68th century. These problems can become quite complicated in medieval documents. For example, medieval charters are commonly dated by specifying the week day, a nearby religious feast day, and the year of the monarch's reign - a convention which clearly has little in common with the modern system of day, month and calendar year.
(Note that King John's regnal years are very awkward to deal with - he was crowned on Ascension Day, which falls on a different date each year. Perversely - to modern eyes - each of his regnal years therefore began on a different date. Worse still, as a result some of these 'years' are more than a year long, and therefore contain duplicate dates, which can present an insoluble problem.)
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