Agonalia

Agonalia, in Roman antiquity, were festivals celebrated on Jan. 9, May 21, and Dec. 11 in each year in honor of-Janus, whom the Romans invoked before undertaking any affair of importance. Ovid, in his-Fasti (i, 319-322), mentions various etymologies of the word.

 
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