Cycles used in chronology are three: The solar cycle, the lunar cycle, and the cycle of indiction.
Time ceases its current and closes over them in a solar cycle.
This, as has already been explained, is the dominical or solar cycle.
The solar cycle is complete in 28 years, after which the days of the month return to the same days of the week as before.
The solar cycle is a period of time after which the same days of the year recur on the same days of the week.
In type the corona of 1896 reproduced that of 1886, as befitted its intermediate position in the solar cycle.
This period is called the dominical or solar cycle, and restores the first day of the year to the same day of the week.
He combined the Metonic cycle and the solar cycle presently described.