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January is one of the newer months to the calendar we know today, named for the god of beginnings and transitions, Janus.  In Latin, Januarius means month of Janus.  It was added to the calendar with 29 days around 713 BC when King Numa Pompilius to conform with the lunar calendar. Julius Caesar gave it the 31 days it still has in the modern Gregorian calendar.

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