The Ancient Roman calendar — romanists

The first Roman calendar was established by the first Roman king Romulus in 753 BC. In particular there were 10 months and the whole year was 304 days long. There were 61 wintry days that were not allocated to any month; simply the Romans would stop counting the days after December, starting to count the […]

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