Quinquatria an ancient Roman festival celebrated in honor of Minerva on March 19. Some writers allege that its observance was limited to one day; others, however, say that it lasted for five days. This last is the opinion of Ovid, who considers it to have been a festival held in commemoration of the birthday of Minerva; and hence it was customary for women on that day to consult diviners and fortunetellers.

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