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15 Jan
January was established as the first month of the year by the Roman Calendar. It was named after the god Janus (Latin word for door). Janus has two faces which allowed him to look both backward into the old year and forwards into the new one at the same time. He was the 'spirit of the opening'. To many, January is like 331 days instead of the 31 normal days, the longest month of the year. But the big question is, is January really the longest month of the year?
23 Jan 2020
January is the first month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and the first of seven months to have a length of 31 days. But to many, January is like 331 days instead of the 31 normal days. And the big question is, is January truth or a myth?

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