It has also been variously spelled Ashkhabat and Ashgabad.From 1919 until 1927 the city was renamed Poltoratsk after a local revolution.Changing the Year constant thus moves the Year-bearer; an alternative to changing the Haab-day, since the Aztec equivalent to the Haab is not given).Gregorian, Julian date, Jewish, French Revolutionary, Julian day number, OF calendar, Mayan Long Count, (including Pictuns), Tzolkin & Haab: all convert into each other, plus ancient Egyptian calendar and Gregorian day of week.Non-Western traditions have also distinguished variants or symbioses of these states.
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