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Calendar MMDCCLXVI A.U.C. - 2013

A: Romans didn't have weekends, so frequent holidays broke up the unrelenting days of work. No, you don't have to do them all.

The calendars that have survived, called "fasti", include lists of the big "national" festivals. Participation in these festivals was optional, and as a practical matter, most people couldn't participate. On the other hand, each family could observe what they wanted and many may have observed these days in their own ways.

Today, the calendar can be a way to remind us of the rich variety of Roman spiritual life. It is also good, but not required, for families and communities around the world to share in a common rhythm around the year.

A good idea would be to honor Juno on the Kalends and Jupiter on the Ides with a brief ceremony each month, and to observe the three unlucky days (dies atri) by taking the precautions that are listed below. Add to that schedule whatever holidays you wish to, and observe them with your family or community in as Roman a way as possible. We particularly suggest making Saturnalia, in December, an important observance in your year.

Important days in the month.

The first day of every month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Kalends ritual is usually celebrated early in the morning (before breakfast) by the head of the household. Bathe and offer incense and prayers to Iuno at your lararium. The Nones is on the 5th day and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, is on the 13th day of every month except March, May, July and October. They are on the 7th and 15th of these months.

The day following each of the Kalends, Nones and Ides is an unlucky day (dies ater, plural, dies atri). On these days:
  • Gods or Goddesses should not be invoked by name while indoors, and no celestial God or Goddess should be invoked by name while outdoors.
  • Sacrifices should not be made.
  • New projects should not be started on these days since any new project would necessarily begin by performing a rite calling for the assistance of the gods. Such religious rites, beginning something new, are not to be performed.
  • Avoid making journeys, or doing anything risky.

Normal work would still be performed on dies atri, and as part of performing any work one performs rites for the patron deities, geni locii, and other appropriate deities. Likewise, the daily routine is also performed before the lararium.

"The worship of Juno claims our Italy's Kalends,
While a larger white ewe-lamb falls to Jupiter on the Ides:
The Nones though lack a tutelary god. After all these days,
(Beware of any error!), the next day will be ill-omened.
The ill-omen derives from past events: since on those days
Rome suffered heavy losses in military defeat.
Let these words above be applied to the whole calendar,
So I'll not be forced to break my thread of narrative. - Ovid, Fasti I

The Year in the Cultus Deorum.

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January

January is named for Janus, god of doorways, endings and beginnings.

The first day of the month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 5th and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 13th. The 2nd, 6th and 14th are unlucky (ater).

Legend:
A = Dies Ater (see above)
F = Dies Fastus: legal action is permitted
C = Dies Comitialis: legal actions and voting may occur
NP = Dies Nefastus Publicus: in these days public religious festivals were celebrated.
EN = Dies Endotercisus: see description in the page of each relevant day

1 Kalendae
F
Janus,
Streniae
2 a.d.IV Non.
F A
3 a.d. III Non.
C
4 Pr. Non.
C
Compitalia (movable)
5 Nonae
F
Vica Pota
6 a.d. VIII Id.
F A
7 a.d. VII Id.
C
8 a.d. VI Id.
C
9 a.d. V Id.
NP
Agonalia
10 a.d.IV Id
C
11 a.d. III Id. NP Juturnalia
Carmentalia
12 Pr. Id.
C Feriae Sementivae (variable)
13 Idus
NP
Paganalia (variable)
14 a.d. XIX Kal. Feb.
EN A
15 a.d XVIII Kal. Feb. NP Carmentalia 16 a.d XVII Kal. Feb.
C
Concordia
17 a.d. XVI Kal. Feb.
C
Felicitas
18 a.d. XV Kal. Feb.
C
Juno Lucina
19 a.d. XIV Kal. Feb.
C Feriae sementivae (variable)
20 a.d. XIII Kal. Feb.
C
21a.d. XII Kal. Feb.
C
Ludi Palatini
22 a.d. XI Kal. Feb.
C
Ludi Palatini
23 a.d X Kal Feb
C
Ludi Palatini
24 a.d. IX Kal. Feb.
C
Paganalia
25 a.d. VIII Kal. Feb.
C
Paganalia
26 a.d. VII Kal. Feb.
C
Paganalia
27 a.d. VI Kal. Feb.
C Bacchus, Castor et Pollux
28 a.d V Kal. Feb.
C
29 a.d. IV Kal. Feb.
C
30 a.d. III Kal. Feb.
C
Ara Pacis Augustae
31 Pr. Kal.Feb.
C
Genita Mana

February


The first day of the month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 5th and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 13th. The 2nd, 6th and 14th are unlucky (ater).


1 Kalendae N2 a.d.IV Non. N A3 a.d. III Non. N 4 Pr. Non. N5 Nonae N Faunalia rustica
6 a.d. VIII Id. N A7 a.d. VII Id. N8 a.d. VI Id. N
9 a.d. V Id. N
10 a.d.IV Id N11 a.d. III Id. N Fornicalia
12 Pr. Id. N13 Idus NP Faunalia Parentalia14 a.d. XVI Kal. Mart. N A Parentalia15 a.d. XV Kal. Mart. NP Lupercalia16 a.d. XIV Kal. Mart. EN Parentalia
17 a.d. XIII Kal. Mart. NP Quirinalia18 a.d. XII Kal. Mart. C Parentalia19 a.d. XI Kal. Mart. C Parentalia20 a.d. X Kal. Mart. C Parentalia21 a.d. IX Kal. Mart. F Feralia22 a.d. VIII Kal. Mart. C Carista23 a.d. VII Kal. Mart. NP Terminalia24 a.d. VI Kal. Mart. N Regifugium
25 a.d. V Kal. Mart. C26 a.d. IV Kal. Mart. EN27 a.d. III Kal. Mart. NP Equirria28 Pr. Kal. Mart. C

On Leap Years:
23 a.d. VII Kal. Mart. NP Terminalia 24 a.d VI bis Kal. Mart.
25 a.d. VI Kal. Mart. N Regifugium 26 a.d. V Kal. Mart. C 27 a.d. IV Kal. Mart. EN 28 a.d. III Kal. Mart. NP Equirria29 Pr. Kal. Mart. C

March


The first day of each month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 7th. The Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 15th. The 2nd, 8th and 16th are unlucky (ater).


1 Kalendae N Matronalia2 a.d.VI Non. C A3 a.d. V Non. C4 a.d. IV Non. C5 a.d.III Non. C Navigium Isidis 6 Pr. Non. C7 Nonae F8 a.d. VIII Id. FA
9 a.d. VII Id.C
10 a.d.VI Id. C 11 a.d. V Id. C
12 a.d. IV Id. C13 a.d. III Id. C14 Pr. Id. NP Equirria, Mamuralia15 IdusNP Annae Perennae16 a.d. XVII Kal. Apr. F A Compitalia
17 a.d. XVI Kal. Apr. NP Liberalia, Agonalia18 a.d. XV Kal. Apr. C19 a.d. XIV Kal. Apr. NP Quinquatrus, Minervalia20 a.d. XIII Kal. Apr. C Minervalia21 a.d XII Kal. Apr. C Septimatrus, Minervalia22 a.d. XI Kal. Apr. N Dies violae23 a.d. X Kal. Apr. NP Tubilustrium24 a.d IX Kal. Apr. F
25 a.d. VIII Kal. Apr. C Hilaria26 a.d. VII Kal. Apr. C27 a.d. VI Kal. Apr. C Lavatio Magnae Matri28 a.d. V Kal. Apr. C Dies natalis Solis et Lunae29 a.d. IV Kal. Apr. C30 a.d. III Kal. Apr. C31 Pr. Kal. Apr. C Luna

April


The first day of the month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 5th and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 13th. The 2nd, 6th and 14th are unlucky (ater).


1 Kalendae F Veneralia2 a.d.IV Non. F A3 a.d. III Non. C4 Pr. Non. C Megalesia5 Nonae N Megalesia, Fortuna Publica 6 a.d. VIII Id. N A Megalesia7 a.d. VII Id. N Megalesia, Vediovis8 a.d. VI Id. N Megalesia, Castoris et Pollucis
9 a.d. V Id. N Megalesia
10 a.d.IV Id. N Megalesia11 a.d. III Id. N Fortuna Primigenia
12 Pr. Id. N Ludi Cereris13 Idus NP Ludi Cereris, Jovi Victoris, Jovi Libertatis14 a.d. XVIII Kal. Mai. N A Ludi Cereris15 a.d. XVII Kal. Mai. NP Ludi Cereris, Fordicidia16 a.d. XVI Kal. Mai. N Ludi Cereris
17 a.d. XV Kal. Mai. N Ludi Cereris18 a.d. XIV Kal. Mai. N Ludi Cereris19 a.d. XIII Kal. Mai. NP Cerealia20 a.d. XII Kal. Mai. N Liber, Ceres21 a.d. XI Kal. Mai. NP Parilia22 a.d. X Kal. Mai. N23 a.d. IX Kal. Mai. F Vinalia Priora, Venus Erucina, Diana24 a.d. VIII Kal. Mai. C
25 a.d. VII Kal. Mai. NP Robigalia26 a.d. VI Kal. Mai. C27 a.d. V Kal. Mai. C28 a.d. IV Kal. Mai. C Floralia29 a.d. III Kal. Mai. C Ludi Florae30 Pr. Kal. Mai. C Ludi Florae

May


The first day of each month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 7th. The Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 15th. The 2nd, 8th and 16th are unlucky (ater).

1 Kalendae F Floralia2 a.d.VI Non. F A Floralia3 a.d. V Non. C Floralia4 a.d. IV Non. C5 a.d.III Non. C 6 Pr. Non. C7 Nonae F Rosalia8 a.d. VIII Id. F A Mens
9 a.d. VII Id. N Lemuria
10 a.d.VI Id. C Rosalia11 a.d. V Id. N Lemuria
12 a.d. IV Id. C Martis Ultoris13 a.d. III Id. N Lemuria14 Pr. Id. C Argei15 Idus NP Mercuralia16 a.d. XVII Kal. Jun.F A
17 a.d. XVI Kal. Jun. C18 a.d. XV Kal. Jun. C19 a.d. XIV Kal. Jun. C Dea Dia (even numbered years)20 a.d. XIII Kal. Jun.C21 a.d. XII Kal. Jun. NP Agonalia22 a.d. XI Kal. Jun. N23 a.d. X Kal. Jun. NP Tubilustrium, Volcanus, Maia, dies rosarium24 a.d. IX Kal. Jun. C Supplicatio Vestae Q.R.C.F.
25 a.d. VIII Kal. Jun. C Fortuna Publica26 a.d. VII Kal. Jun. C27 a.d. VI Kal. Jun. C28 a.d. V Kal. Jun. C 29 a.d. IV Kal. Jun. C Dea Dia (odd numbered years)30 a.d. III Kal. Jun. C Ludi Tarentini31 Pr. Kal. Jun. C Ludi Saeculares, Rosalia

June


The first day of the month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 5th and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 13th. The 2nd, 6th and 14th are unlucky (ater).


1 Kalendae fabariae. N
Carnaria, Mars, Tempestas, Juno Moneta
2 a.d.IV Non. F A3 a.d. III Non. C Bellona4 Pr. Non. C Hercules Custos5 Nonae N Semo Sancus 6 a.d. VIII Id. N A Ludi capitolini7 a.d. VII Id. N
Vesta, Ludi piscatorii
8 a.d. VI Id. N Mens Bona
9 a.d. V Id. N
Vestalia
10 a.d.IV Id. N Vestalia11 a.d. III Id. N Matralia
12 Pr. Id. N Concordia13 Idus NP Quinquatrus Minusculae, Jupiter Invictus14 a.d. XVIII Kal. Jul. N A Quinquatrus minusculae15 a.d. XVII Kal. Jul. N Quinquatrus Minusculae QSDF16 a.d. XVI Kal. Jul. C
17 a.d. XV Kal. Jul. C Tibernalia18 a.d. XIV kal. Jul. C19 a.d. XIII Kal. Jul. C Minerva20 a.d. XII Kal. Jul. C Summanus21 a.d. XI Kal. Jul. C22 a.d. X Kal. Jul. C23 a.d. IX Kal. Jul. C24 a.d. VIII Kal. Jul. C Fata, Hercules
Fors Fortuna
25 a.d. VII Kal. Jul. C26 a.d. VI Kal. Jul. C27 a.d. V Kal. Jul. C Lares, Jupiter Stator28 a.d. IV Kal. Jul. C29 a.d. III Kal. Jul. C
Quirinus
30 Pr. Kal. Jul. C Hercules Musagetes

July


July is the Roman month of Quintilis.

The first day of each month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 7th. The Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 15th. The 2nd, 8th and 16th are unlucky (ater).

1 Kalendae N Juno Regina, Fausta Felicitas2 a.d.VI Non. N A3 a.d. V Non. N 4 a.d. IV Non. N Ara pacis5 a.d.III Non. NP Poplifugia, Feriae Jovi 6 Pr. Non. N Ludi apollinares, Fortuna muliebris7 Nonae caprotinae N Palibus duobus, Ludi apollinares8 a.d. VIII Id. N A Juno, Ludi apollinares
9 a.d. VII Id. N Ludi apollinares
10 a.d.VI Id. C Ludi apollinares11 a.d. V Id. C Ludi apollinares
12 a.d. IV Id. C Ludi apollinares13 a.d. III Id. C Apollo14 Pr. Id. C15 Idus NP Transvectio equitum, Castor et Castoris16 a.d. XVII Kal. Aug. F A
17 a.d. XVI Kal. Aug. C Honos et Virtus, Adonia18 a.d. XV Kal. Aug. C A19 a.d. XIV Kal. Aug. NP Lucaria, Adonia20 a.d XIII Kal. Aug. C Ludi victoriae Caesaris21 a.d. XII Kal. Aug. NP Lucaria, Rhea Silvia22 a.d. XI Kal. Aug. C Concordia, Saturnus Rheaque23 a.d. X Kal. Aug. NP Neptunalia24 a.d. IX Kal. Aug. N Ludi victoriae Caesaris
25 a.d. VIII Kal. Aug. NP Furrinalia26 a.d. VII Kal. Aug. C Ludi victoriae Caesaris27 a.d. VI Kal. Aug. C Profectio ad iter Averni28 a.d. V Kal. Aug. C Ludi victoriae Caesaris29 a.d. IV Kal. Aug. C Ludi victoriae Caesaris30 a.d. III Kal. Aug. C Fortuna huiusce diei31 Pridie Kal. Aug. C Ludi victoriae Caesaris

August


August is the Roman month of Sextilis.

The first day of the month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 5th and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 13th. The 2nd, 6th and 14th are unlucky (ater).

1 Kalendae F Ceres, Spes, Victoria2 a.d.IV Non. F A3 a.d. III Non. C Sacrum canarium4 Pr. Non. C5 Nonae F Salus 6 a.d. VIII Id. F A7 a.d. VII Id. C8 a.d. VI Id. C
9 a.d. V Id. C Sol indiges, Venus cloacina
10 a.d.IV Id. C11 a.d. III Id. C
12 Pr. Id. C Hercules, Venus victrix, Honor, Virtus, Felicitas, Isis13 Idus NP Vertumnus, Diana, Castor and Pollux14 a.d. XIX Kal. Sept. F A15 a.d. XVIII Kal. Sept. C Vesta16 a.d. XVII Kal. Sept. C
17 a.d. XVI Kal. Sept. NP Portunalia, Janus18 a.d. XV Kal. Sept. C Flora19 a.d. XIV Kal. Sept. F Vinalia rustica, Feriae Jovi, Libitina20 a.d. XIII Kal. Sept. C21 a.d. XII Kal. Sept. NP Consualia, Hecate22 a.d. XI Kal. Sept. EN Aedesia23 a.d. X Kal. Sept. NP Volcanalia, Hora, Maia 24 a.d. IX Kal. Sept. N Mundus patet, Luna
25 a.d. VIII Kal. Sept. NP Opiconsivia, Libertas26 a.d. VII Kal. Sept. C27 a.d. VI Kal. Sept. NP Volturnalia28 a.d. V Kal. Sept. C Sol, Luna29 a.d. IV Kal. Sept. C30 a.d. III Kal. Sept. C31 Pridie Kal. Sept. C

September


The first day of the month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 5th and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 13th. The 2nd, 6th and 14th are unlucky (ater).

The major event this month is the Ludi Romani (Roman Games).


1 Kalendae F Juno Regina, Jupiter Liber, Jupiter Tonans2 a.d.IV Non.
F A
3 a.d. III Non.
C
4 Pr. Non. C
Ludi romani, Jupiter Optimus Maximus
5 Nonae
F
Ludi romani, Jupiter Stator
6 a.d. VIII Id.
F A
Ludi romani
7 a.d. VII Id.
C
Ludi romani
8 a.d. VI Id. C
Ludi romani
9 a.d. V Id.
C
Ludi romani, Asclepigenia
10 a.d.IV Id
C
Ludi romani
11 a.d. III Id.
C
Ludi romani
12 Pr. Id.
N
Ludi romani
13 Idus
NP Jupiter Optimus Maximus, Juno, Minerva
14 a.d. XVIII Kal. Oct.
F A
Castor et Castoris
15 a.d. XVII Kal. Oct.
N
Ludi romani
16 a.d. XVI Kal. Oct.
C
Ludi romani
17 a.d. XV Kal. Oct.
C
Ludi romani
18 a.d. XIV Kal. Oct.
C
Ludi romani
19 a.d. XIII Kal. Oct.
C
Ludi romani
20 a.d. XII Kal. Oct.
C
21 a.d. XI Kal. oct.
C
22 a.d. X Kal. Oct.
C
23 a.d. IX Kal. Oct. C Apollo, Diana, Felicitas, Ceres, Carmina24 a.d. VIII Kal. Oct.
C
25 a.d. VII Kal. Oct.
C
26 a.d. VI Kal. Oct.
C
Venus Genetrix
27 a.d. V Kal. Oct.
C
28 a.d. IV Kal. Oct.
C
29 a.d. III Kal. Oct.
C
30 Pridie Kal. Oct.
C
Mercurius

October


The first day of each month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 7th. The Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 15th. The 2nd, 8th and 16th are unlucky (ater).

1 Kalendae N
Fides Publica
2 a.d.VI Non.
FA
3 a.d. V Non.
C
4 a.d. IV Non.
C
Ieiunium Cereris
5 a.d.III Non. C
Mundus patet,
Venus Caelestis
6 Pridie Nonas
C
7 Nonae
F
Jupiter Fulguri, Juno Curitis
8 a.d. VIII Id. F A
9 a.d. VII Id. C
Genius Publicus, Venus Victrix, Apollo, Fausta Felicitas
10 a.d.VI Id. C
Juno Moneta
11 a.d. V Id. NP
Meditrinalia
12 a.d. IV Id. C
Fortuna Redux
13 a.d. III Id. NP
Fontinalia
14 Pr. Id.
EN
Penates
15 Idus
NP
Feriae Jovi,
October Equus
16 a.d. XVII Kal. Nov.
F A
17 a.d. XVI Kal. Nov.
C
18 a.d. XV Kal. Nov.
C
Janus
19 a.d. XIV Kal. Nov.
NP
Armilustrium
20 a.d. XIII Kal. Nov.
C
21 a.d. XII Kal. Nov.
C
22 a.d. XI Kal. Nov.
C
23 a.d. X Kal. Nov.
C
24 a.d. IX Kal. Nov.
C
25 a.d VIII Kal. Nov.
C
Dioscuri
26 a.d. VII Kal. Nov.
C
27 a.d. VI Kal. Nov.
C
28 a.d. V Kal. Nov.
C
29 a.d. IV Kal. Nov
C
30 a.d. III Kal. Nov.
C
31 Pridie Kal. Nov.
C

November


The first day of the month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 5th and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 13th. The 2nd, 6th and 14th are unlucky (ater).

1 Kalendae
F
2 a.d.IV Non.
F A
3 a.d. III Non.
C
4 Pr. Non.
C
Ludi Plebeii
5 Nonae
F
Ludi Plebeii
6 a.d. VIII Id. F A
Ludi Plebeii
7 a.d. VII Id. C
Ludi Plebeii
Priapus
8 a.d. VI Id.
C Mania,
Ludi Plebeii
Mundus Patet
9 a.d. V Id.
C
Ludi Plebeii
10 a.d.IV Id.
C
Ludi Plebeii
Diana
11 a.d. III Id.
C
Ludi Plebeii
12 Pridie Idus
C
Ludi Plebeii
13 Idus
NP
Epulum Jovis, Feronia, Fortuna Primigenia
14 a.d. XVIII Kal. Dec.
F A
Ludi Plebeii
15 a.d. XVII Kal. Dec.
C
Ludi Plebeii
16 a.d. XVI Kal. Dec.
C
Ludi Plebeii,
Vesta
17 a.d. XV Kal Dec.
C
Ludi Plebeii
18 a.d. XIV Kal. Dec.
C
Ceres
19 a.d. XIII Kal. Dec.
C
Ops
20 a.d. XII Kal. Dec.
C
21 a.d. XI Kal. Dec.
C
22 a.d. X Kal. Dec.
C
23 a.d. IX Kal. Dec.
C
Diana
24 a.d. VIII Kal. Dec.
C
25 a.d. VII Kal. Dec.
C
Proserpina
26 a.d. VI Kal. Dec.
C
27 a.d. V Kal. dec.
C
28 a.d. IV Kal. Dec.
C
Neptunus
29 a.d. III Kal. Dec.
C
Filii Saturni
30 Pridie Kal. Dec.
C
Adonis

December


The first day of the month is the Kalends, sacred to Juno. The Nones falls on the 5th and the Ides, sacred to Jupiter, falls on the 13th. The 2nd, 6th and 14th are unlucky (ater).
1 Kalendae
N
Neptunus, Salacia, Pietas, Venus, Cupido
2 a.d.IV Non.
N A
3 a.d. III Non.
N
Bona Dea
4 Pr. Non.
C
5 Nonae
F
Faunalia Rustica
6 a.d. VIII Id.
FA
7 a.d. VII Id.
C
8 a.d. VI Id.
C
Gaia, Tiberinus
9 a.d. V Id.
C
Optalia, Mesonyctium
10 a.d. IV Id.
C
11 a.d. III Id.
NP
Agonium indigeti, Septimontia
12 Pr. Id.
EN
Consus
13 Idus
NP
Sementivae, Lectisternium Cereris
14 a.d. XIX Kal. Jan.
F A
15 a.d. XVIII Kal. Jan.
NP
Consualia, Fortuna redux
16 a.d. XVII Kal. Jan.
C
17 a.d. XVI Kal. Jan.
NP
Saturnalia
18 a.d. XV Kal. Jan.
C
Saturnalia, Epona
19 a.d. XIV Kal. Jan.
NP
Saturnalia, Opalia, Juventas
20 a.d. XIII Kal. Jan.
C
Saturnalia
21 a.d. XII Kal. Jan.
NP
Saturnalia, Divalia Angeronae
22 a.d. XI Kal. Jan.
C
Saturnalia, Lares permarini
23 a.d. X Kal. Jan.
NP
Saturnalia, Feriae Jovi, Hercules, Larentalia, Diana. Juno Regina, Tempestas
24 a.d. IX Kal. Jan.
C
25 a.d. VIII Kal. Jan.
C
Sol Invictus
26 a.d. VII Kal. Jan.
C
27 a.d. VI Kal. Jan.
C
28 a.d. V Kal. Jan.
C
29 a.d. IV Kal. Jan.
C
Compitalia (variable)
30 a.d. III Kal. Jan.
C
31 Pridie Kal. Jan.
C

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