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Roman stick calendar
I have seen a few reproductions of a Roman calendar. I have seen them for sale by The Roman shop, in a picture by XXI Rapax (I think), and drawings of them on a few websites about the Roman calendar. The calendar has 7 figures/bust of gods, a zodiac wheel centered below the figures, and I - XXX on either side of the wheel. A peg hole is below each figure, next to each Roman numeral, and next to each zodiac symbol.

I would like to know if this item is a real item from antiquity?
Where/When was it found?
Who found it?
What are the details of the item? what is it made of? What are the dimensions?
Where is it now?

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Joshua B. Davis

Marius Agorius Donatus Minius Germanicus
Optio Centuriae
Legio VI FFC, Cohors Flavus

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