The Darmanian calendar was introduced three years after the establishment of the republic, and differs from the common calendar mainly in the name sof the months. it is not known exactly why the new calendar was introduced, but it has been speculated Eryk Vodenicharov likely wanted to distance the country from the rest of the world and accentuate the introduction of a "new era" in Darmania through it. Surprisingly perhaps, the names of the months are not in the Darmanian language but in old Broman.

The year is divided into four seasons, which each have four months:


  • Triticum ('wheat')
  • Servatorem ('the saviour', celebrating how Eryk 'saved' the country)
  • Pacem ('peace')


  • Frigus ('cold')
  • Sternumenta ('sneeze')
  • Nova ('healthy')


  • Valetudo ('health'. According to old superstition, the health of a person during this month forebodes the quality of the year's harvest.)
  • Patriam ('the country')
  • Barba ('beard')


  • Vodenicharov
  • Serenum ('sunny')
  • Cucumis (during this month, the national holiday Benedictus Cucumis is held)