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Numa Pompilius

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Day 24, Month of Sextilis, 715 BC (Month 6 of the Roman Calendar; corresponds to August), the city of Cures, near Rome. “We await your decision, noble prince.” The said 'noble prince' was Numa Pompilius, a 40-year old man.
Fun facts about the month with 28 or 29 days
When the second king of Rome, Numa Pompilius, took to the throne in 713 BC, he had plans to make the calendar more accurate by synchronizing it with the actual lunar year, which is roughly 354 days long. Thus, two new months, January and February, ...
de la honte et du déshonneur de l'Europe ?
Or, la science politique des patres conscripti, c'est-à-dire des sénateurs originels qui avaient assassiné le roi Numa Pompilius et l'avaient fait descendre du ciel et prophétiser l'avenir glorieux de Rome s'était pleinement réalisée.
Február, a többszörösen meggyalázott hónap
A második római király, Numa Pompilius viszont úgy tűnik, nem tűrt gazdátlan napokat, ezért két taggal egészítette ki a sort. A jövő és a múlt felé forduló, kétarcú Janus istenről elnevezett hónap, a mai január jelentette az év kapuját.
Polar Lens: une vraie boucherie, cette «dictée assassine»!

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