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The calendar we use now is based off of which ruler? A. Zeus B. Augustus C. Julius D. Hades
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User: The calendar we use now is based off of which ruler? A. Zeus B. Augustus C. Julius D. Hades

Weegy: The calendar we use now is based off of Julian calendar. The answer is Julius, C.
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Weegy: B. July was named after Julius Caesar.
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