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- n. Plural form of Sansculottide.
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Because the twelve new months comprised 360 days, the remaining five days were declared festivals, or Sansculottides, all following the last day of
Add five (in leap years six) “Sansculottides” or “Jours complÃ©mentaires.”
There are 5 Sansculottides, and in leap-year a sixth, to be added at the end of Fructidor.
Church; but they instituted another set of holidays, the Sansculottides, one sacred to Genius, one to Industry, one to Opinion, and so on.