The Roman Calendar
By: Jake Suderland
About the Roman calendar
They changed the Roman calendar several times. They adjusted the calendar from 365.25 days to 365.2425 days. They thought that the Roman calendar was the lunar calendar. There is 12 months on a calendar and 365 days. February is the odd one out it has 28 days in February, and all of the other mounts have 30 or 31 days in a month's.
More about the Roman calendar
The Roman calendar has changed a lot. The today's calendar is different to the Roman calendar because it includes the holidays and etc. In Roman time if you were poor and your kids could not go to school they couldn't read the calendar. If you were wealthy your could afforded to go to school and read the calendar. That is all about the Roman calendar.