- the calendar in use in ancient Rome until 46 b.c., when it was replaced with the Julian calendar.
Compare Year of Confusion.
Origin of Roman calendar
First recorded in 1780–90
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- the lunar calendar of ancient Rome, replaced in 45 bc by the Julian calendar. It originally consisted of 10 months, with a special month intercalated between Feb 23 and 24
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