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Important Nisan and Tishri Dates - 6 BC to 1 AD

NISAN (ABIB)  1 & 14,  6BC TO 1AD

JEWISH CALENDAR

MOLAD ONLY

NEW MOON (ASTRONOMICAL)

ROMAN
YEAR
JEWISH
YEAR
MOLAD
NISAN
NISAN
1
NISAN
14
NISAN
1
NISAN
14
CONJUNCTION
DATE AND TIME
NISAN
1
NISAN
14
-5 (6BC) 3755 (6 BCE) Sat, 3/20, 0359 Sat. Fri, 4/2 Sat. Fri, 4/2 Fri, 3/19, 2349 Sat Fri, 4/2
-4 (5BC) 3756 (5 BCE) Wed, 3/8, 1247 Thu Wed, 3/22 Wed Tue, 3/21 Tue, 4/6, 1713 Tue Tue, 4/19
-3 (4BC) 3757 (4 BCE) Tue, 3/27, 1020 Thu Wed, 4/11 Tue Mon, 4/9 Tue,3/27, 0620 Tue Mon, 4/9
-2 (3BC) 3758 (3 BCE) Sat, 3/16, 1909 Sun Sat, 3/30 Sun Sat, 3/30 Sat, 3/16, 2217 Sun Sat, 3/30
-1 (2BC) 3759 (2 BCE) Thu, 3/6, 0357 Thu Wed, 3/19 Thu Wed, 3/19 Wed, 4/4, 2104 Thu Wed, 4/18
0 (1BC) 3760 (1 BCE) Wed 3/24 0130 Thu Wed, 4/7 Wed Tue, 4/6 Wed, 3/24, 1408 Wed Tue, 4/6
+1 (1AD) 3761 (1 CE) Sun, 3/13, 1019 Tue Mon, 3/28 Sun Sat, 3/26 Sun, 3/13, 2310 Mon Sun, 3/27

TISHRI (ETHANIM)  1 & 15, 5BC TO 1AD

JEWISH CALENDAR

MOLAD ONLY

NEW MOON (ASTRONOMICAL)

ROMAN
YEAR
JEWISH
YEAR
MOLAD
TISHRI
TISHRI
1
TISHRI
15
TISHRI
1
TISHRI
15
CONJUNCTION
DATE AND TIME
TISHRI
1
TISHRI
15
-4 (5BC) 3757 (5 BCE) Fri, 9/1, 1712 Sat Sat, 9/16 Fri Fri, 9/15 Fri, 9/1, 2033 Sat Sat, 9/16
-3 (4BC) 3758 (4 BCE) Thu, 9/20, 1444 Sat Sat, 10/6 Thu Thu, 10/4 Thu, 9/20, 1521 Thu Thu, 10/4
-2 (3BC) 3759 (3 BCE) Mon, 9/10, 2333 Tue Tue, 9/25 Tue Tue, 9/25 Sun, 9/9, 1507 Sun Sun, 9/23
-1 (2BC) 3760 (2 BCE) Sat, 8/30, 0822 Sat Sat, 9/13 Sat Sat, 9/13 Fri, 8/29, 1826 Sat Sat, 9/13
0 (1BC) 3761 (1 BCE) Fri, 9/17, 0554 Sat Sat, 10/2 Fri Fri, 10/1 Thu, 9/16, 1559 Thu Thu, 9/30
+1 (1AD) 3762 (1 CE) Tue, 9/6, 1443 Thu Thu, 9/22 Tue Tue, 9/20 Tue, 9/6, 0517 Tue Tue, 9/20
NOTES

All times are at Jerusalem.  Roman Year is Julian.  Dates are Roman (e.g. 3/19 is March 19). 
Nisan 1, in the Jewish Calendar columns, has been adjusted by any postponements of the following Tishri 1 in the same way the Jewish calendar does today, even though postponements apparently did not begin until the 4th century. 
Nisan 1 and Tishri 1, in the Molad Only columns, were calculated from that month's actual Molad. 

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