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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_calendar

The Roman calendar is the calendar used by the Roman kingdom and republic. It is often ... this early fixed calendar, which bears traces of its origin as an observational lunar one. .... A few emperors altered the names of the months after themselves or their family, but such changes were abandoned by their successors.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Month

A month is a unit of time, used with calendars, which is approximately as long as a natural .... There are 12 months associated with their calendar. The moon first appears in March, they name this month Kahlek. This system has been used for hundreds of ...

www.calendar-origins.com/calendar-name-origins.html

Calendar Name Origins - Names of Months. January - ME Januari(us), OE Januarius, translation of Latin Januarius, named after JANUS, god of beginnings.

www.pantheon.org/miscellaneous/origin_months.html

Origin of the names of the months. Only a few names of the month were derived from Roman deities. Most simply came from the numbers of the months or -- in ...

blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2016/01/11/months-names

Jan 11, 2016 ... Ever wondered how the months got their names? We explain which gods, rulers, and numbers gave us all the months from ... Word origins ...

design.caltech.edu/Misc/month_names.html

Origin of the Names of the Months. January: Janus, Roman god of doors, beginnings, sunset and sunrise, had one face looking forward and one backward , ...

www.almanac.com/content/origin-month-names

Read about the origins and history of month names, which come from Roman mythology and Latin root words, all explained by The Old Farmer's Almanac.

wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-did-the-months-of-the-year-get-their-names

Since March was the first month of the new year in ancient Rome, some historians ... We hope you enjoyed learning more about the origins of the names of the ...

www.crowl.org/Lawrence/time/months.html

After Februarius there was occasionally an additional month of Intercalaris " intercalendar". This is the origin of the leap-year day being in February. In 46 BC  ...