Fasti the sacred books of the ancient Romans, in which were recorded the fasti dies, or lawful days — days on which legal business might be transacted before the praetor without impiety. These fasti contained a full enumeration of the months and days of the year, the various dates belonging to a calendar, and the several festivals arranged under their appropriate dates. Before the adoption of the, practice of preparing such tables, it was customary for the priests to proclaim the different festivals, for the information of the people.

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