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by Micke
Fox Calendar 2014 - February
Fox Calendar 2014 — April
Someone asked why the grandparents never appear in the comic...

(Do not worry, they have survived worse than being chased by a hungry polar bear. I have a feeling that they soon will make a guest appearance in the comic.)


40 years of fox comics 1974-2014:

fox 144,453, bear 25,872, vixen 17,175, multiple characters 5,556, winter 3,709, ice 2,382, polar bear 2,033, 2014 729, multiple species 410, calendar 317, fox calendar 2014 12, ice floe 1
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Published: 5 years, 3 months ago
Rating: General

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5 years, 3 months ago
MTOTFLS umm... so what calender am I reading? ^^;
5 years, 3 months ago
" RollerCoasterViper59 wrote:
MTOTFLS umm... so what calender am I reading? ^^;

M=Måndag (Monday) is the first day of the week, in the Nordic countries named after the ancient Nordic god of Moon, Måne. (Ancient Swedish manadagher.)
In Latin Dies Lunae, Luna's day, after the Roman goddess of the moon Luna.

T=Tisdag (Tuesday) is named after Odin's son, the ancient Nordic god Tyr (in Old Swedish called Ti). Tyr is often identified with the Roman war god Mars. According to the classical definition Tuesday is the week's third day, but since the international standard was introduced in 1973 counted as the second day.

O=Onsdag(Wednesday) is named after the ancient Nordic god Odin. In Latin, dies Mercurii, ie Mercury's day. The Roman historian Tacitus may refer to Odin when he talks of Mercury. Oden is the god of war and the oldest, greatest and wisest of the gods and the ruler of Asgard. Odin has many sons, the most famous of whom is Thor.

T=Torsdag (Thursday) is named after the ancient Nordic god of thunder Thor.

F=Fredag (Friday) is named after Odin's wife Frigg. Others argue that it was named after the goddess Freya, who was possibly the same goddess as Frigg

L=Lördag (Saturday) is named after the ancient Swedish tradition to bathe; löga yourself on this day, lögardagen.

S=Söndag (Sunday) is named after the ancient Nordic sun goddess Sol, also called Sunna or Sunne. (Ancient Swedish sunnudagr - Sol's day)
5 years, 3 months ago
Cool, so it's a Latin Sweden calander of sort :3?
5 years, 3 months ago
The names of the days ​​have been influenced by the earlier Roman planet and god names. The names of the gods have in most cases replaced with the closest equivalent deity - March became Tyr, Mercury became Odin (Woden), Jupiter became Thor and Venus became Frigg or Freya. The other days named after the sun, moon and bath.
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