Michaelmas is the forgotten quarter-day.  In medieval times the four quarter days were important, namely: Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer Day and Michaelmas.  While these days were the basis for financial calculations, they are also loosely coincide with the summer and winter solstices, and the spring and autumnal equinox. #autumnalequinox Michaelmas is the forgotten quarter-day.  In medieval times the four quarter days were important, namely: Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer Day and Michaelmas.  W #autumnalequinox
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Michaelmas is the forgotten quarter-day. In medieval times the four quarter days were important, namely: Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer Day and Michaelmas. While these days were the basis for financial calculations, they are also loosely coincide with the summer and winter solstices, and the spring and autumnal equinox. #autumnalequinox Michaelmas is the forgotten quarter-day. In medieval times the four quarter days were important, namely: Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer Day and Michaelmas. W #autumnalequinox



Michaelmas is the forgotten quarter-day. In medieval times the four quarter days were important, namely: Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer Day and Michaelmas. While these days were the basis for financial calculations, they are also loosely coincide with the summer and winter solstices, and the spring and autumnal equinox. #autumnalequinox Michaelmas is the forgotten quarter-day. In medieval times the four quarter days were important, namely: Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer Day and Michaelmas. W

Michaelmas is the forgotten quarter-day. In medieval times the four quarter days were important, namely: Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer Day and Michaelmas. While these days were the basis for financial calculations, they are also loosely coincide with the summer and winter solstices, and the spring and autumnal equinox. #autumnalequinox Michaelmas is the forgotten quarter-day. In medieval times the four quarter days were important, namely: Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer Day and Michaelmas. W

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