AD 800

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Annual Report (AR) beginning 1 January (GongLi ); Gregorian calendar.

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

17th/60 years; GengChen () of the 58th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () begins:

3 February (GongLi 公曆, Thursday[1]): 1-1 Nisan[2] (ניסן, YinLi: ) is the prepared straight[3] (: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi ():

3rd 800 Adamic Years

800th/800 years of the Period of the 3rd 800 Adamic Years in the Age of Substantial Time-identity covering the years AD 1 - AD 800.

Sedes of the Pentarchy

400th/400 years of the 2nd/6 historical periods of Substantial Time-identity on the worldwide or global level extent, scope or context of the providential Period of the Sedes of the Pentarchy system covering the period of time of AD 401 through to AD 800.

6th/16 years of the Papacy of Pope Leo III and the end of the Papacy as the central Providential History with the crowning of Charlemagne in AD 800 in Substantial Time-identity until the Period of the Papal Captivity and Return in AD 1309.

United Christian Empire

1st/120 years, 25 December: of the 3rd/6 historical periods of Substantial Time-identity on the worldwide or global extent, scope or context of the providential Period of the United Christian Empire when at Mass, on Christmas Day (25 December) Charlemagne knelt at the altar to pray, Pope Leo III crowned him Imperator Romanorum (Augustus); "Emperor of the Romans" in Saint Peter's Basilica.

Period of the Kingship of Charles and Louis

1st/40 years of the Period of the Kingship of Charles and Louis covering the period of time of AD 800 through AD 839.

58th/71 years of the life of Charlemagne; "Charles (I) the Great," based on a month and day of April 2 AD 742 as established by a calendar originating in Lorsch Abbey.[4]

References

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Notes

  1. The same day of the week both in the Julian Date and Chinese Lunar Dates to Gregorian
  2. Nisan years used around Mesopotamia and the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Chinese lunar calendar
  3. See AD 29
  4. Baldwin, Stewart (2007-2009). "Charlemagne". The Henry Project.

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