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{{#invoke:Italic title|main}} Inter gravissimas was a papal bull issued by Pope Gregory XIII on February 24, 1582.<ref name=bluewaterarts>Inter Gravissimas Bill Spencer's translation of the Inter Gravissimas, 1999, revised 2002, based on Rodolphe Audette's transcription of the {{#invoke:Error|error|Invalid language code.|tag=}} text. Also includes Rodolphe Audette's translation into . </ref><ref>Inter Gravissimas prepared for ISO TC 154 {{#invoke:Error|error|Invalid language code.|tag=}} </ref> The document, written in Latin, reformed the Julian calendar. The reform came to be regarded as a new calendar in its own right and came to be called the Gregorian calendar, which is used in most countries today.


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