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Number
of days
in the month
Early Roman Calendar
Months with 31 days Months with 29 days Month with 28 days
Martius, Maius, Quintilis,
October
Aprilis, Junius, Sextilis,
September, November,
December, Januarius
Februarius
Latin names of days
1

Kalends

Kalends

Kalends

2 Ante Diem VI Nones Ante Diem IV Nones Ante Diem IV Nones
3 Ante Diem V Nones Ante Diem III Nones Ante Diem III Nones
4 Ante Diem IV Nones Pridie Nones Pridie Nones
5 Ante Diem III Nones

Nones

Nones

6 Pridie Nones Ante Diem VIII Ides Ante Diem VIII Ides
7

Nones

Ante Diem VII Ides Ante Diem VII Ides
8 Ante Diem VIII Ides Ante Diem VI Ides Ante Diem VI Ides
9 Ante Diem VII Ides Ante Diem V Ides Ante Diem V Ides
10 Ante Diem VI Ides Ante Diem IV Ides Ante Diem IV Ides
11 Ante Diem V Ides Ante Diem III Ides Ante Diem III Ides
12 Ante Diem IV Ides Pridie Ides Pridie Ides
13 Ante Diem III Ides

Ides

Ides

14 Pridie Ides Ante Diem XVII Kalends Ante Diem XVI Kalends
15

Ides

Ante Diem XVI Kalends Ante Diem XV Kalends
16 Ante Diem XVII Kalends Ante Diem XV Kalends Ante Diem XIV Kalends
17 Ante Diem XVI Kalends Ante Diem XIV Kalends Ante Diem XIII Kalends
18 Ante Diem XV Kalends Ante Diem XIII Kalends Ante Diem XII Kalends
19 Ante Diem XIV Kalends Ante Diem XII Kalends Ante Diem XI Kalends
20 Ante Diem XIII Kalends Ante Diem XI Kalends Ante Diem X Kalends
21 Ante Diem XII Kalends Ante Diem X Kalends Ante Diem IX Kalends
22 Ante Diem XI Kalends Ante Diem IX Kalends Ante Diem VIII Kalends
23 Ante Diem X Kalends Ante Diem VIII Kalends Ante Diem VII Kalends
24 Ante Diem IX Kalends Ante Diem VII Kalends Ante Diem VI Kalends
25 Ante Diem VIII Kalends Ante Diem VI Kalends Ante Diem V Kalends
26 Ante Diem VII Kalends Ante Diem V Kalends Ante Diem IV Kalends
27 Ante Diem VI Kalends Ante Diem IV Kalends Ante Diem III Kalends
28 Ante Diem V Kalends Ante Diem III Kalends Pridie Kalends
29 Ante Diem IV Kalends Pridie Kalends -
30 Ante Diem III Kalends - -
31 Pridie Kalends - -


Did you know?

The first reform of the calendar was attributed to Numa Pompilius, the second of the seven traditional Kings of Rome. He is said to have reduced the 30-day months to 29 days and to have added January (29 days) and February (28 days) to the end of the calendar around 713 BC, and thus brought the length of the calendar year up to 355 days..


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Early Roman Calendar - Related Topic: Province Chronology


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