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Tool for writing a date in Latin (and in Roman numerals). The writing of a date according to the Latin language is different from that of a date in English.

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Tool for writing a date in Latin (and in Roman numerals). The writing of a date according to the Latin language is different from that of a date in English.

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How to write a date in latin?

The Latins had 12 months (similar to ours) and 7 days in a week but had the particularity of having 3 days in the month that were fixed from which the dates were described: kalends, nones and ides.

Example: The 1st of February is the day of the Calendes of February or Kalendis Februariis

Example: The 31st of March is the day before the Calendes of April so Pridie Kalendas Apriles

What are the names of days of the week in latin?

The names of the days are etymologically very close to ours:

LunaeMonday (Day of the Moon)
MartisTuesday (Day of March)
MercurisWednesday (Mercury Day)
JovisThursday (Day of Jupiter)
VenerisFriday (Day of Venus)
SaturniSaturday (Saturnday)
SolisSunday (Day of the Sun)

What are the names of months in latin?

Name of months are also close to ours :

MartiusMarchs
AprilisApril
MaiusMay
JuniusJune
JuliusJuly
AugustusAugust
SeptemberSeptember
OctoberOctober
NovemberNovember
DecemberDécember
JanuariusJanuary
FebruariusFebruary

What are the dates of Kalendes, Ides and Nones?

Calendes are always the first day of the month.

The Nones are the 5th day except in March, May, July and October where they are the 7th day.

The Ides are the 13th day except in March, May, July and October where they are the 15th day.

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