March 1 Ides of March

March 1, Ides of March Roman is simply the standard way to say "On 15 March." The word Ides comes the Roman calendar more former, which were designed by Romulus, the mythical founder of Rome. If it was Romulus or not, the inventor of this calendar had a penchant for complexity. The Roman calendar organized its month around three days, of which each served as a point of reference for the other days of counting:
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-Calends (1st day of the month)
-Nones (the 7th day of March, may, July and October, the 5th in the other months)
-The ides (15th day of March, may, July and October; 13 other months)
March Days:
March 1: Calends. March 2: VI nuns. March 3: V nuns. March 4: IV nuns. March 5: III nuns. March 6: Pridie Nones (Latin "on the day before"); March 7: nuns. March 15: Ides.
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