1. Calendars of Middle-earth
A Year of the Trees (or Year of the Valar) was the same length as ten Years of the Sun; a Valian Age was 100 Valian Years, or 1000 of our years. (HoMe vol. 4, p. 312)
After the destruction of the Trees by Morgoth and Ungoliant, and the creation of the Sun and Moon, time was reckoned differently. We do not know with certainty what calendars were used in the First Age by the Eldar, although they were probably the same or similar to the Calendar of Imladris.
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