The ninth month of the year by Tuzyn Reckoning; named for the god Save K’nor, it is the last month of autumn.

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By now almost all the outdoor work was complete, and little grain processing remained unfinished. Cold and rain largely confined peasants indoors, where they performed whatever tasks they could to while away the hours and perhaps earn a little cash: women spun, men performed handicrafts.

Through the winter months, whatever maintenance could be done was carried out, and animals cared for. Dung from the barns was carefully stockpiled to be mixed with marl and spread upon the fields, though the peasants never had enough to fertilize more than the closest strips.

Lambing began in late Navek and in Morgat the plough teams went out to prepare the fields for the spring sowing (see Nuzyael).

Holy days & festivals of the month.

4 PeoniLesser Sapelah (lay mass)
5 LaraniSoratir (lay mass)
6 Save K’norVelere (lay mass)
7 HaleaShesneala Day (lay mass)
8 AgrikLow Ceremony of the Balefire (lay mass)
12 PeoniLesser Sapelah (lay mass)
13 MorgathDegrees of Nyardath (high mass)
14-17 PeoniGreater Sapelah (purification ritual)
15 LaraniSoratir (lay mass) Yaelah
SiemNight of High Perspective (lay mass)
20 PeoniLesser Sapelah (lay mass)
25 LaraniSoratir (lay mass)
26 MorgathShadryn-Vars (lay mass)
28 PeoniLesser Sapelah (lay mass)
30 SiemNight of Silent Renewal (lay mass)
NavehDezenaka (high mass) Yaelmor


Medieval farming year Version 1.0, © Andy Staples, 1999Version 1.0, July 23, 1999
Harnic Calendar © Columbia Games. Available for download here.

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