The Eqtan calendar has twelve months, each of which has thirty days (for a combined total of three hundred sixty). The Eqtan week is ten days long, resulting in a clean system of three weeks in every month. The months are arranged to line up perfectly with the seasons, and the names of the months in each season are as follows:
The year begins on the first day of autumn, and ends with the setting of the final summer sun. Most Eqtan cultures begin their school year at the start of autumn and end it with the close of spring.