Gregorian Calendar was built from the Julian Calendar
Calendar was created by way of Pope Gregory XIII in 1582. This calendar fixes
the previous Julian Calendar which Julius Caesar created. This calendar fixes
the .4 missing hours in a day. By creating a leap year every four years. The
Julian Calendar only had 365 days. By
the 1500s the Julian was off by
months; December was close to midsummer.
Calendar is courtesy of Emperor Julius Caesar at the Alexandrian library
creating a new calendar he could name after himself. Replacing the old Roman
Republic calendar. There were more than a few calendars in Rome; he chose to
consolidate all the calendars into just one. He wanted to consolidate the
power of Rome under his imperial rule. Which he succeeded but at a great
cost. The cost of several other calendars which work on an academic and
scientific format; unlike the Julian which is not useful as an academic or
scientific at all.