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Thus, the civil date of Easter depends upon which tables - Gregorian or pre-Gregorian - are used.
In a congress held in 1923, the Eastern Churches adopted a modified Gregorian Calendar and decided to set the date of Easter according to the astronomical full moon at the meridian of Jerusalem.
Universal adoption of this Gregorian calendar occurred slowly.
By the 1700's, though, most of western Europe had adopted the Gregorian Calendar.
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At that time the Roman world used the Julian Calendar (put in place by Julius Caesar).
The Council decided to keep Easter on the same Sunday throughout the Christian world.
The new calendar was issued in February in the papal bull called "Inter gravissimas".
This new calendar is referred to as the Gregorian Calendar.