In Roman times, the year only had 10 months and was based on the lunar cycle, which only had 29 and a half days. That calendar began at the spring equinox in March and ended with December. Because of the lunar calendar, the total number of days in the Roman calendar only summed up to 304 days, which is vastly different from the solar year that reaches a quarter and […]

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