Today is Primidi, the 21st of Nivôse, Year 214 - (better known as Tuesday, January 10th, 2006) 

The French Republican Calendar
On October 24, 1793 the recently formed Republic of France abandoned the widely used Gregorian Calendar in favor of an entirely new, rational model - The French Republican Calendar (FRC). The FRC was the official calendar of France for only thirteen years. On January 1, 1806, Napoleon re-established the Gregorian Calendar, ending a bold experiment in man's effort to redefine his world.

The FRC was a radical effort - it carried the ideals of the new republic directly into the daily life of every citizen. It was an artistic expression, an effort to make calendar names relate to the world of Nature, an attack on Catholicism (and religion in general), an effort to uplift and support a growing agricultural class, an attempt at decimal time and a basic functional calendar.

Under the direction of mathemeticians, painters, and most famously, poet Philippe-Franois Fabre d'Eglantine, the Year was restructured - the names of the months were poetic and related to each other and their season. As d'Eglantine himself wrote "...the effect of these names is such that by merely saying the name of the month one will clearly feel three things and how they are connected: the type of season; the temperature; and the state of vegetation." The names of the days of the week were functional, in accordance to the adoption of the more rational decimal system. The names of the days of the year were designed to focus the common thought on basics and beauty of Nature and Agriculture.

Each season was divided into three months, the names months grouped by a common ending:

SPRING (PRINTEMPS)
Germinal - (Month for Seeds to Sprout)
Floral - (Month of Blooms/Flowering)
Prairial - (Month of Meadows)
SUMMER (ET)
Messidor - (Month of Harvest)
Thermidor - (Month of Heat)
Fructidor - (Month of Fruits)
AUTUMN (AUTOMNE)
Vendmiaire - (Month of Vintage/Grape Harvest)
Brumaire - (Month of Mist/Fog)
Frimaire - (Month of Frost/Cold)
WINTER (HIVER)
Nivse - (Month of Snow/Leveling)
Pluvise - (Month of Rain/Wet Season)
Ventse - (Month of Winds)
(The months gained derisive nicknames immediately in Britain as Showery, Flowery, Bowery, Wheaty, Heaty, Sweety, Slippy, Nippy, Drippy, Freezy, Wheezy and Sneezy).

The months were all 30 days long, and were divided into three "decades" of 10 days. Each of these days of the decade had a name, derived from the Latin roots for "first", "second", etc. The names were Primidi, Duodi, Tridi, Quartidi, Quintidi, Sextidi, Septidi, Octidi, Nonidi and Decadi (the day of rest). Each day of the year also had a name, akin to the Catholic calendar having each day represented by a saint (yes, like Saint Patrick's Day). So for us, we might say "Saint Patrick's Day, Sunday, the 17th of March, 2002", someone using the FRC would say "Sylve, Septidi, the 27th of Ventse, Year 210"

The evenly-divided months created a few leftover days (five days usually, six on leap years). Called the Jours complementaires or the Sansculottides ("the days of the poor") they were treated as Holidays, or Festival days and were named: Jour de la Vertu (Virtue), Jour de Genie (Genius), Jour de Travail (Work), Jour de la Raison (Reason), Jour de la Recompense (Reward) and Jour de la Revolution (Revolution).

The First Day of the Year was always the autumn equinox (the 1st of Vendmiaire). The FRC was signed into law in November, in the Gregorian year 1793 - but was dated backwards to 1792, so when the it was adopted, they were well into Year II of the new calendar.

After Napoleon dismantled the Republic, he reinstated the Gregorian Calendar in 1806. Many supported the switch back, including those who enjoyed one day off every seven instead of every ten, and international businessmen, who had trouble with the varying differences between the FRC and the rest of the world. There were supporters though, and the calendar has resurfaced in small ways many times in the past 200 years. Though it was not a success, the ambition and vision of such a calendar was and still is amazing.

Links:

  • Here is a scan of the original Legislation that brought the FRC into being.
  • An image of a printed calendar from Year II (1793). The seated figure is Liberty, or Marianne, a treasured symbol of the Revolution.


    Below is the calendar for 1793 (Year II), listing all the names of the Days of the year. the first table is French, the second is a (rough) English translation - many of the names that appear to be untranslated are in fact the proper names of various shrubs or flowers.

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    AUTOMNE HIVER PRINTEMPS ET
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    Gainier
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    Sainfoin
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    Pimprenelle
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    Arroche
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    Bouillon blanc
    Melon
    Ivraie
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    Prle
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    Carthame
    Mre
    Arrosoir
    Panis
    Salicorne
    Abricot
    Basilic
    Brebis
    Guimauve
    Lin
    Amande
    Gentiane
    Ecluse
    Carline
    Caprier
    Lentille
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          Year II (in English)
    AUTUMN WINTER SPRING SUMMER
    Vendmiaire Brumaire Frimaire Nivse Pluvise Ventse Germinal Floral Prairial Messidor Thermidor Fructidor
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    Endive
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    Cress
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    Grenade
    Harrows
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    Thyme
    Amadouvier
    Mzron
    Poplar
    Axe
    Hellebore
    Broccoli
    Bay-tree
    Avelinier
    Cow
    Boxwood
    Lichen
    Yew
    Breath
    Billhook
    Thlaspi
    Thimele
    Grass
    Trainasse
    Hare
    Gude
    Hazel Tree
    Cyclamen
    Chelidonium
    Sleigh
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
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    7
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    Tussilage
    Dogwood
    Violier
    Privet
    Goat
    Asaret
    Alaterne
    Violet
    Marceau
    Spade
    Narcissus
    Elm
    Fumeterre
    Hedge Mustard
    Goat
    Spinach
    Doronic
    Pimpernel
    Chervil
    Twine
    Mandrake
    Parsley
    Cochiaria
    Daisy
    Tuna
    Dandelion
    Sylve
    Capillary
    Ash
    Dibble
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
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    Primula
    Plane Tree
    Asparagus
    Tulip
    Hen
    White Beet
    Birch
    Jonquil
    Alder
    Hatchery
    Periwinkle
    Charm
    Morel
    Beech
    Aboille
    Lettuce
    Larch
    Conium
    Radish
    Hive
    Gainier
    Lettuce
    Chestnut Tree
    Rocket
    Pigeon
    Lilac
    Anemone
    Thought
    Bilberry
    Transplants
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    26
    27
    28
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    30
    Rose
    Oak
    Fern
    Hawthorn
    Nightingale
    Ancolie
    Lily of the Valley
    Mushroom
    Hyacinth
    Rake
    Rhubarb
    Sainfoin
    Gold Bar
    Chamerops
    Silkworm
    Consound
    Burnet
    Gold basket
    Orache
    Hoe
    Statice
    Fritillaire
    Bourache
    Valerian
    Carp
    Charcoal
    Chive
    Buglosse
    Snev
    Trowel
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    26
    27
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    29
    30
    Alfalfa
    Hmrocalle
    Clover
    Angelic
    Duck
    Balm
    Wheat
    Martagon
    Wild thyme
    Scythe
    Mill
    Btoine
    Pea
    Acacia
    Curdle
    Ouillet
    Elder Tree
    Poppy
    Lime
    Fouche
    Barbel
    Camomile
    Honeysuckle
    Curds
    Tench
    Jasmine
    Vervain
    Thyme
    Peony
    Carriage
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    26
    27
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    29
    30
    Rye
    Oats
    Onion
    Veronique
    Mule
    Rosemary
    Cucumber
    Shallot
    Wormwood
    Sickle
    Coriander
    Artichoke
    Clove
    Lavender
    Chamois
    Tobacco
    Currant
    Gess
    Cherry
    Park
    Mint
    Cumin
    Bean
    Orcante
    Guinea Hen
    Sage
    Garlic
    Tare
    Corn
    Chalemy
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    1
    2
    3
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    30
    German Wheat
    Soup Stock (?)
    Melon
    Ryegrass
    Ram
    Prle
    Armoise
    Carthame
    Blackberry
    Watering Can
    Parsnip
    Salicorne
    Apricot
    Basil
    Ewe
    Marshmallow
    Flax
    Almond
    Gentian
    Lock
    Carline
    Caper
    Lens
    Aune
    Otter
    Myrtle
    Colza
    Lupin
    Cotton
    Mill
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
    p
    D
    T
    Q
    Q
    S
    S
    O
    N
    D
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    Plum
    Millet
    Lycoperdon
    Barley
    Salmon
    Tuberose
    Sucrion
    Apocyn
    Liquorice
    Stepladder
    Watermelon
    Fennel
    Barberry
    Nut
    Trout
    Lemon
    Cardre
    Buckthorn
    Tagette
    Sack
    Wild Rose
    Hazelnut
    Hops
    Sorghum
    Crayfish
    Bitter Orange
    Goldenrod
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