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Fasti
Fasti Fas"ti, n.pl. [L.] 1. The Roman calendar, which gave the days for festivals, courts, etc., corresponding to a modern almanac. 2. Records or registers of important events.

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- In ancient Rome, the fasti (Latin plural) were chronological or calendar-based lists, or other diachronic records or plans of official and religiously...
- the Fasti Capitolini and Fasti Triumphales at Rome, the Fasti Ostienses form part of a chronology known as the Fasti Consulares, or Consular Fasti. The...
- The Acta Triumphorum or Triumphalia, better known as the Fasti Triumphales, or Triumphal Fasti, is a calendar of Roman magistrates honoured with a celebratory...
- The Fasti (Latin: Fastorum Libri ****, "Six Books of the Calendar"), sometimes translated as The Book of Days or On the Roman Calendar, is a six-book Latin...
- The Fasti vindobonenses are two sets of late antique consular annals ("fasti"), found in the Vindobonensis m****cript MS. 3416, together with the Chronography...
- by the Fasti Septempeda, a primary source. This pair of suffects added from Camodeca, "Novità sui fasti consolari", pp. 57–62 Gallivan ("Fasti for A....
- The Fasti Capitolini, or Capitoline Fasti, are a list of the chief magistrates of the Roman Republic, extending from the early fifth century BC down to...
- The Fasti Antiates Maiores is a painted wall-calendar from the late Roman Republic, the oldest archaeologically attested local Roman calendar and the...
- The Fasti Potentini are a fragmentary list of Roman consuls from AD 86 to 118, originally erected at Potentia in Lucania, a region of southern Italy....
- Ancient Roman fasti were calendars (fasti) that recorded religious observances and officially commemorated events. They were typically displa**** in the...