It uses a maths-based matching system to pair you with compatible dates based on your responses to questions.As long as you know exactly what you're looking for – and you’re honest about it – then you’re likely to find a good match.

Unlike some of the bigger international dating sites you'll need Swedish to use this one.

may not be as "cool" as Happy Pancake or Tinder but it’s one of the oldest and most well-established dating sites in Sweden (it arrived in the Nordic countries in 2002.) There are plenty of foreigners here alongside Swedes and it's one of the biggest ponds in the Swedish net-dating landscape – though you do need to be aware of fake fish, as scam accounts are common. You can try out a free version but in order to use the best functions you’ll need to fork out some cash.

This article is intended as a primer on the origins and usages of the Julian (early period), Gregorian (modern mundane), and Society calendars.

You may also be unaware of the tremendous variety of period ways in which the date can be expressed, or of the proper methods of calculation of Society years.

All profiles are screened before they’re put up on the site. In order to be approved you have to have an annual income of at least 500,000 kronor and assets of at least 3 million.

Founded in 2012 in Sweden, Mindalike has been described as a kind of “exclusive club”, and no wonder. Your credentials and income will then be checked out by the site’s staff.

They can only strike up a conversation with you if you’ve both swiped right – so you won’t get unwanted messages from strangers.

Badoo is a dating site, but prefers to describe itself as a “social network”.

However, many members who mundanely speak English have non-English personae. Standard Society practice seems to be to use modern Arabic numerals for the mundane year.

While such personae are assumed to be well-educated enough to correspond in English, they might wish to find similar practices in their "native" tongue to those given here for English, to add a foreign flavor to their writings to English associates. Several designations for the mundane year are available for use in SCA correspondence: Society years are counted from the founding of the SCA in 1966.

Also, the Roman (Julian or Gregorian) calendar was by no means the only one in use in the SCA period—the Anglo-Saxon, Jewish, and Islamic calendars all differed substantially from the Roman calendar, and dates derived from any of these might be used in correspondence, as long as a recognizable mundane date is included. Typically, Roman numerals are used to express the Society year (click here for a refresher course on using Roman numerals).