The solar calendar used by the Jewish sect around the caves of Qumran used a perfect year of 364 days or 52 weeks. It may have used a cycle of 294 years reckoned to equal 293 solar years, which gives a mean solar year of 365.24232 days, but the actual leap rule used, if any, is unknown.

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