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Updated December 10, 2008

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The Roman Calendar, Encyclopaedia Romana

Plutarch on the Roman Calendar (from Early Roman calendar)
Numa Pompilius excerpt

The Roman Calendar at About.com
Calendars of ancient Rome. Roman and Julian calendars.

Roman Calendar (Wally Kowalski) background

LacusCurtius: The Roman Calendar (Smith's Dictionary, 1875)
Probably the single most complete source online.
LacusCurtius: Horologium
LacusCurtius: Fasti Antiates Maiores
LacusCurtius: Fasti Praenestini

Calendar of Holidays and Festivals
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Roman Calendar at Wikipedia handle with care

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