This Day in Ancient History: ante diem viii kalendas sextilias

ante diem viii kalendas sextilias

¶  Furrinalia — a festival in honour of an obscure Roman deity named Furrina, who appears to have been associated with a grove and/or spring

¶ ludi Victoriae Caesaris (day 6)

¶ 44 A.D. — marytrdom of James the Greater

¶ 64 A.D. — the Great Fire of Rome (day 8)

¶ 306 A.D. — death of the emperor Constantius I; dies imperii of Constantine I

¶ 325 A.D. — Council of Nicaea closes

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