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Again, countries do not celebrate different Easter dates based upon their own full moon dates! Many definitions misuse use the phrase "after March 21st" in an Easter definition.
This usually arises because Easter is the Sunday March 20.
Here's a page showing history of the major events that shaped the calendar and Easter dating methods.
The Gregorian calendar has gradually been adopted world wide from October 1582.
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Some people have tried to simplify this concept by using one "after" with the date to March 21, so it reads "the full moon after March 21". It is further compounded with phrases like "from March 21".
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There are three possible Easter dates depending upon the year and your cultural and religious persuasion. astronomers approximated astronomical full moon dates for the Christian church, calling them Ecclesiastical Full Moon (EFM) dates. This is obvious with the application of plain commonsense.
This is unclear whether it means "from and including March 21" or "after March 21". Astronomical Full Moons dates are astronomical full moon dates, and are surprisingly accurate when you consider how long ago they were forecast. There is a table of 19 dates for the Julian calendar, and several 19-dates tables for the Gregorian calendar.
One bizarre encyclopaedia definition gets it so wrong that it concludes that Easter Sunday can never fall on March 22! From 1583, Astronomical and Paschal full moon dates never differ by more than 3 dates, even taking into account the 2-date AFMs (see above). March 20 is the critical date for determining all Easters, and March 20 was the equinox date in 325 AD when the definition of Easter date was agreed. Usually you will be able to find an email address (or an editor if it's a publication). the PFM date has always been the EFM date after March 20 (which was the equinox date in 325 A. Alternatively, you can refer them to this webpage, or to the most authoritative article on Easter dating I have seen at the Astronomical Society of SA for a complete explanation.
Of course, Easter is not celebrated in September in the southern hemisphere!