Roman calendar(redirected from Roman calender)
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The lunar calendar used by the ancient Romans until the introduction of the Julian calendar in 46 bc.
(Historical Terms) the lunar calendar of ancient Rome, replaced in 45 bc by the Julian calendar. It originally consisted of 10 months, with a special month intercalated between Feb 23 and 24
the calendar in use in ancient Rome until 46 B.C., when it was replaced with the Julian calendar.