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Which month was December on the roman early calender?
the tenth month December was December, it was a Roman month.
10 It was the tenth The month of December on the Roman calendar was the twelfth month, the same as ours. December was December, it was a Roman month.
january. and for all of you people who didnt know that you must be dumb
Found this site that has trivia and facts about December, along with the historical events that happened on each day in December at http://www.thefreeresource.com/december-fun…-facts-trivia-and-resources-about-historical-events
Because the world will be destroyed on 2012.
The ancient Roman calendar that was in use for about 40 years of the 8th century B.C. did not have a name for the time between December and Martius (March). Therefore December…, which means tenth month in Latin, was the tenth month of the year at that time.
Yes the December 26th checks will be.
A dictator had absolute power and was limited to 6 months of his rule. Remember, though that this 6 month limit could be renewed if his job was not finished by the time his of…fice expired.
On the early Roman calendar, December was the tenth month.
The very first calendar established by Romulus the founder of Rome and its first king (the calendar of Romulus) only had ten months: March to December (Martius to Decembris). …The month was called Decembris because it was the tenth month. The name is derived from decem, the Latin for ten. The second king of Rome, Numa Pomplius, introduced a new calendar (the calendar of Numa) and created twelve months by adding Ianuarius and Ferbuarius (January and February). The year still started in March and December remained the tenth month.
What effects did the change of roman calendar have on the names of the months from September through December?
It made the names less accurate. Those four months are named forthe Latin numbers 7,8,9,10; and now those four months would be the9th to 12th months.
In Ancient Rome
To keep track of the seasons and it was Julius Caesar who changed the old Roman calendar of 10 months in a year to 12 months in a year which was known as the Julian calender.
Calendars, especially those for advertising purposes, typically show the last 4 months of the current year, and all of the following year. Sometimes the months of the current …year appear all on one page. The reason is that it encourages people to change calendars BEFORE the new year, as they will be receiving them during the end of the current year. This way recipients can begin using them as soon as they are received!