About: Every distinctive world culture has produced its own calendrical system, and yet the Roman calendar, reputedly developed by Numa Pompilius, the second king of Rome, and modified by Julius Caesar and Pope Gregory XIII, is today the chief means of reckoning time throughout the world.
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