Polychronios the singoularios died on the Monday before the Kalends of June (May 18) in the 14th year of the indiction, and his death can thus be dated to the year 431.
Of the 341 fragments of grave monuments used in this analysis, 74 are dated by the year of the indiction (without identifying which indiction is meant) and 21 are dated by month alone, without an indiction date; of these 21, 8 are in the older Roman calendar style (mentioning the Kalends, Nones, or Ides of the month) and 13 in the new calendar style (giving the numerical day of the month and, in one case, the day of the week).
The consuls celebrated the formal ceremony of entry upon office on Janus' day, the Kalends
, of Janus' month,(4) and in their sacrifice, as in most state sacrifices, Janus received the first offering.
A pesar de las condenas eclesiasticas a esta decoracion en el Kalends
, en el siglo 6 el obispo Martin Braga prohibio decoracion de las casas con laureles y plantas verdes, mucho tiempo despues en el siglo 15, era una costumbre en Inglaterra decorar las casas en Navidad con helechos, hiedra, laurel, o algo verde.
This woman had devoutly attended nocturns and lauds on the Kalends
of November when the holy festival of All Saints is celebrated.
By focusing first upon Asterius's critique of the festival of Kalends
, I will outline how Asterius perceived the failure of Hellenistic religion and society.
The sermon for the Kalends
of January (M 62) is surprisingly long.
The blessed Praxedes collected their bodies and buried them in the cemetery of Priscilla on the 7th day of the Kalends
of June [i.
At first sight the hagiographer's statement that Polycarp 'was martyred on the second day of the first half of the month of Xanthicus, the seventh day before the kalends
of March, a great sabbath, at the eighth hour' looks like a piece of chronological precision aimed at combining Smyrnaean, Roman, and Christian terminology.
Citing Stern, but misreading Ides as Kalends
and forgetting about Easter, Grayzel, 1979, 157 incorrectly dates Eugenius's bull as January 1432.
389a During the consulships of the most distinguished Flavius Eucherius and the most distinguished Flavius Evagrius, one day before the Kalends