See also:month of the old
See also:year, in which it had
See also:thirty days assigned to it . In the Julian
See also:calendar, while retaining its former name and number of days, it became the ninth month . The Ludi Magni (Ludi Romani) in
See also:honour of
See also:Juno and
See also:Minerva began on the 4th of
See also:September . The
See also:principal ecclesiastical feasts falling within the month are: the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin on the 8th, the Exaltation of the
See also:Cross on the 14th, St
See also:Matthew the apostle on the 21st, and St Michael the archangel on the 29th . September was called "
See also:harvest month " in Charlemagne's calendar, and it corresponds partly to the Fructidor and partly to the Vendemiaire of the first French republic . The Anglo-
See also:Saxons called the month Gerstmonath,
See also:barley month, that
See also:crop being then usually harvested . It is still called Herbstmonat, harvest month, in
See also:Switzerland .
THE SEPTUAGINT (Gr. of 0', Lat. LXX.)
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