Great Paschal period

A period of 532 years, the interval between two “identical” years. In concept, in any year the days of the month will fall on the same weekdays, and the phases of the moon on the same dates, as they did in the year 532 years ago.  The period is based on two calendrical cycles:

Nineteen not being a factor of 28, 532 years have to pass (19 × 28 = 532) before both cycles complete at the same year.

This period has been variously called:

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