This drawing fills in a fragmentary fresco that was found in the ruins of Nero's villa at Antium. It depicts the pre-Julian Roman calendar. The months January to December and the leap month Intercalaris are listed across the top.
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WELCOME MARCH Believe it or not this month was named after Mars the ancient Roman God of War. The month of March or Martius as the ancients called it was not the third month of the Roman calendar but rather the first month. Mars was known as a god of agriculture and fertility. He was often celebrated along with Ceres the goddess of grain. With the month of March comes the arrival of spring and for the ancient Romans (just as for us) it means a time of new growth. Trees and flowers bloom…
Each side bears the names of free months of the year. For each month we can see starting from the top : the number of days in it, the day in which the Nones (the day of the moons first quarter) falls; the duration of the day.
Today, January 8th, is the Mukthi day of Sri Maha Periva as per the English Roman Calendar. Here is a Daily sheet calendar of Periva Siddhi day, carefully preserved by a devotee. Jaya Jaya Shankara, Hara Hara Shankara!