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Description Fasti Antiates Maiores — Miniature black and white image of a 1 m high by 2.5 m wide fragmentary fresco of a pre-Julian Roman calendar (black and red letters on a white background) found in the ruins of Nero's villa at Antium (Anzio). The lengths of January to December are 29, 28, 31, 29, 31, 29, 31, 29, 29, 31, 29, 29 days each in years without the leap month Intercalaris. Now in the Palazzo Massimo. See Fasti Antiates. Adapted for legibility from a class handout.
Date 84–55 BC
Source The Roman Republic: Class handouts, Calendar of Numa, Vassar College
Author Unknown author
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Public domain, image of a painting from the ancient world.
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