See also:month of the old
See also:year, which began with
See also:March . By the Julian arrangement, according to which the year began with the 1st of
See also:November became the
See also:eleventh month and had
See also:thirty days assigned to it . The 11th of November was held to mark the beginning of winter; the sacred banquet called epulum Jovis took place on the 13th . It is said that the
See also:senate desired to rename the month in
See also:honour of Tiberius—his birthday occurring on the 16th, but the emperor declined, saying, " What will you do, Conscript Fathers, if you have thirteen Caesars ? " The Anglo-Saxon names for November were Windmonalh, "
See also:wind-month " and Blodmonath " bloodmonth." In the
See also:calendar of the first French republic November reappeared partly as
See also:Brumaire and partly as Frimaire . The
See also:principal November festivals in the calendar of the Roman
See also:Church are: All
See also:Day on the 1st, All Souls' on the 2nd, St
See also:Martin's on the 11th, the Presentation of the Virgin on the 21st, St
See also:Cecilia's on the 22nd, St Catherine's on the 25th and St Andrew's on the 3oth . St Hubert commemorated on the 3rd . In the
See also:English calendar All Saints' and St Andrew's are the only feasts retained .
VINCENT NOVELLO (1781-1861)
JEAN GEORGES NOVERRE (1727-1810)
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