kalendarium – Print dates according to the classical Latin calendar
kalendarium is a LaTeX3 package that provides several macros with which to print dates in classical Latin given days on the Julian or Gregorian calendars, using the same syntax used by ancient Roman authors. The format of these dates may be customised either in the package options or on a per-command basis; these options also allow for the generation of date strings according to different eras of the Classical period.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2018 Andrew Smith|
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