Wednesday, December 1, 2010

This Day in Ancient History: kalendas decembres

This Day in Ancient History: kalendas decembres: "

Faustina the Younger (130–175 AD). Marble, ca....

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kalendas decembres

  • rites in honour of Neptune (connected with an altar rededication or a temple dedication?)

  • rites in honour of Pietas near the Circus Flaminius (not much known about this one, apparently)

  • 147 A.D. — Annia Galeria Faustina, wife of the emperor Marcus Aurelius, is given the title of Augusta

These Days in History have been reposted from RougeClassicism


  1. 1. It is "This Day in Ancient History"
    2. It is Rogueclassicism ... there is nothing red about it

  2. I note you haven't acknowledged the source of previous installments, nor the Onion, nor Caroline Lawrence ...