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    Anamaka was the tenth month of Achaemenid Calendar roughly coinciding with modern Persian moth of "Day" in the Iranian civil calendar (December 22 - January 20). (Wikipedia) - Anâmaka   (Redirected from Anamaka)
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    The month of Anâmaka is one of twelve months in the old Iranian calendar believed to be used in the Persian Empire before the Islamic conquest of Iran. Anâmaka starts on December 17.

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