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Julian Calendar Overview


Number
of days
in the
month

Julian Calendar

Months with 31 days

Months with 30 days

Month with 28 days

Januarius, Augustus, December

Martius, Maius, Julius, October

Aprilis, Junius, September, November

Februarius

Latin names of days in the months

1

Kalends

Kalends

Kalends

Kalends

2

Ante Diem IV Nones

Ante Diem VI Nones

Ante Diem IV Nones

Ante Diem IV Nones

3

Ante Diem III Nones

Ante Diem V Nones

Ante Diem III Nones

Ante Diem III Nones

4

Pridie Nones

Ante Diem IV Nones

Pridie Nones

Pridie Nones

5

Nones

Ante Diem III Nones

Nones

Nones

6

Ante Diem VIII Ides

Pridie Nones

Ante Diem VIII Ides

Ante Diem VIII Ides

7

Ante Diem VII Ides

Nones

Ante Diem VII Ides

Ante Diem VII Ides

8

Ante Diem VI Ides

Ante Diem VIII Ides

Ante Diem VI Ides

Ante Diem VI Ides

9

Ante Diem V Ides

Ante Diem VII Ides

Ante Diem V Ides

Ante Diem V Ides

10

Ante Diem IV Ides

Ante Diem VI Ides

Ante Diem IV Ides

Ante Diem IV Ides

11

Ante Diem III Ides

Ante Diem V Ides

Ante Diem III Ides

Ante Diem III Ides

12

Pridie Ides

Ante Diem IV Ides

Pridie Ides

Pridie Ides

13

Ides

Ante Diem III Ides

Ides

Ides

14

Ante Diem XIX Kalends

Pridie Ides

Ante Diem XVIII Kalends

Ante Diem XVI Kalends

15

Ante Diem XVIII Kalends

Ides

Ante Diem XVII Kalends

Ante Diem XV Kalends

16

Ante Diem XVII Kalends

Ante Diem XVII Kalends

Ante Diem XVI Kalends

Ante Diem XIV Kalends

17

Ante Diem XVI Kalends

Ante Diem XVI Kalends

Ante Diem XV Kalends

Ante Diem XIII Kalends

18

Ante Diem XV Kalends

Ante Diem XV Kalends

Ante Diem XIV Kalends

Ante Diem XII Kalends

19

Ante Diem XIV Kalends

Ante Diem XIV Kalends

Ante Diem XIII Kalends

Ante Diem XI Kalends

20

Ante Diem XIII Kalends

Ante Diem XIII Kalends

Ante Diem XII Kalends

Ante Diem X Kalends

21

Ante Diem XII Kalends

Ante Diem XII Kalends

Ante Diem XI Kalends

Ante Diem IX Kalends

22

Ante Diem XI Kalends

Ante Diem XI Kalends

Ante Diem X Kalends

Ante Diem VIII Kalends

23

Ante Diem X Kalends

Ante Diem X Kalends

Ante Diem IX Kalends

Ante Diem VII Kalends

24

Ante Diem IX Kalends

Ante Diem IX Kalends

Ante Diem VIII Kalends

Ante Diem VI Kalends

25

Ante Diem VIII Kalends

Ante Diem VIII Kalends

Ante Diem VII Kalends

Ante Diem V Kalends

26

Ante Diem VII Kalends

Ante Diem VII Kalends

Ante Diem VI Kalends

Ante Diem IV Kalends

27

Ante Diem VI Kalends

Ante Diem VI Kalends

Ante Diem V Kalends

Ante Diem III Kalends

28

Ante Diem V Kalends

Ante Diem V Kalends

Ante Diem IV Kalends

Pridie Kalends

29

Ante Diem IV Kalends

Ante Diem IV Kalends

Ante Diem III Kalends

-

30

Ante Diem III Kalends

Ante Diem III Kalends

Pridie Kalends

-

31

Pridie Kalends

Pridie Kalends

-

-


Did you know?

The soothsayer's warning to Julius Caesar, "Beware the Ides of March," has forever imbued that date with a sense of foreboding. But in Roman times the expression "Ides of March" did not necessarily evoke a dark mood-it was simply the standard way of saying "March 15."



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