The original Roman calendar only had 10 months (March-December). January and February were added to fill out the rest of the year. The first six months are represented by a religious origin and the last four represent their numerical order. Julius Caesar later reorganized the calendar into the Julian calendar, which is what it is today.

January

Janus - the god of beginnings and endings

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February

Februa - roman festival

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March

Mars - the god of war

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April

aprilis - "to open"

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May

Maiesta - goddess of honour

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June

Juno - queen of the gods

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July

Birth month of Julius Caesar

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August

Augustus Caesar

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September

Septum - original numerical order of the month (seven)

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October

Octo - original numerical order of the month (eight)

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November

Novem - original numerical order of the month (nine)

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December

Decem - original numerical order of the month (ten)

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well that's all lovelies ๐Ÿ–ค
I hope you guys have an amazing day, keep dreaming
- calypso