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Preserved fragment of Roman home calendar

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Preserved fragment of Roman home calendar
Preserved fragment of Roman home calendar

Preserved fragment of the Roman home calendar. We can read, among others consecutive days in November and December and related Roman holidays. There is a small pin hole next to each day to mark the current date.

You can see, among others the beginning of the Saturnalia festival – December 17 (sixteen days before the kalends of January) and the celebration of Epona, the Celtic goddess caring for domestic animals – December 18.

It is located in the Santa Giulia Museum in Brescia (Italy).


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