This is a reconstruction of a post from my first blog, Mumble.editthispage.com, with text pulled from The Wayback Machine
Posted by Steven, 3/15/00 at 5:14:20 AM.
Havn’t you always wondered? From Those Were The Days:
44BC – The ancient Roman calendar referred to the 15th of March, May, July or October as the Ide or Ides of the month. The fifteenth day of every other month was the Ide. We only remember March as the month that has Ides because it was on this day that Roman Emperor Julius Caesar was assassinated. It was one William Shakespeare who helped to promote the Ides of March. He sure knew how to run a PR campaign.
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