THE ROMAN CALENDAR
January 9, the first Agonalia, in honor of the god Janus, after whom the month January is named and to whom the Romans prayed for advice.
January 24 to January 26, Sementivae (in the country called Paganalia)
February 9, Apollo festival
February 13 to 22, Parentalia, in honour of the ancestors
Roman New Year
The sacred fire of Rome associated with Vesta was renewed
March 7, one of the festivals of Vejovis
March 21 to 24, rituals of the Salii to mark the start of the campaigning season
March 30, Festival of Salus
April 12 to 19, Ludi Cereales, games in honour of Cerealia (since 202 BC)
April 23, Vinalia urbana, in honour of Venus and the previous year's wine harvest
April 28 to May 1, Ludi Florales (Floralia), games in honour of Flora
May 1, Festival of the Bona Dea and Vinalia, the 2nd Venus and last year's wine harvest festival.