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The history of calendars spans several thousand years. Classical cultures (such as Greek and Roman) also developed calendars. The Romans used two different year lengths; the older one had 304 days divided into 10 months; the newer 365 days divided into 12 months; very much like the modern calendar. They counted years from the founding of Rome, or, sometimes, from the reign of the current consul. The presently common system was developed in the 8th century, but even then, rival systems remained in use. The Vikings however maintained their own calendar during this time, which was divided into two seasons; summer and winter. A definition of the calendar day resembling the modern one was first stated in the latter part of the 13th century. Customized calendars were the very first promotional products bearing a company logo over 120 years ago. They come in various sizes, from the small desk calendars, to magnetized calendars, to personalized calendars representing different subjects, sceneries and themes. Let LogoZoom help you find the perfect one.