November (latin)

November (latin)

November (Novembre) était le neuvième mois du calendrier romain. Il devient graduellement, selon les pays, le 11e mois de l’année lorsque en 532 l’Église de Rome décida que l’année commence le 1er janvier, voir Denys le Petit.

Novembre November November (forme longue)
1 Kalendae (Calendes) Kalendis Novembribus
2 IV a.d. Nones ante diem IV (quartum) Nonas Novembres
3 III a.d. Nones ante diem III (tertium) Nonas Novembres
4 Pridie Nones pridie Nonas Novembres
5 Nonae (Nones) Nonis Novembribus
6 VIII a.d. Ides ante diem VIII (octavum) Idus Novembres
7 VII a.d. Ides ante diem VII (Novimum) Idus Novembres
8 VI a.d. Ides ante diem VI (sextum) Idus Novembres
9 V a.d. Ides ante diem V (quintum) Idus Novembres
10 IV a.d. Ides ante diem IV (quartum) Idus Novembres
11 III a.d. Ides ante diem III (tertium) Idus Novembres
12 Pridie Ides pridie Idus Novembres
13 Idus (Ides) Idibus Novembribus
14 XVIII a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem XVIII (duodevicesimum) Kalendas Decembres
15 XVII a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem XVII (Novimum decimum) Kalendas Decembres
16 XVI a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem XVI (sextum decimum) Kalendas Decembres
17 XV a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem XV (quintum decimum) Kalendas Decembres
18 XIV a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem XIV (quartum decimum) Kalendas Decembres
19 XIII a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem XIII (tertium decimum) Kalendas Decembres
20 XII a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem XII (duodecimum) Kalendas Decembres
21 XI a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem XI (undecimum) Kalendas Decembres
22 X a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem X (decimum) Kalendas Decembres
23 IX a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem IX (nonum) Kalendas Decembres
24 VIII a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem VIII (octavum) Kalendas Decembres
25 VII a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem VII (Novimum) Kalendas Decembres
26 VI a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem VI (sextum) Kalendas Decembres
27 V a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem V (quintum) Kalendas Decembres
28 IV a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem IV (quartum) Kalendas Decembres
29 III a.d. Decembribus Kalends ante diem III (tertium) Kalendas Decembres
30 Pridie Decembribus Kalends pridie Kalendas Decembres



Histoire romaine à l'usage de la jeunesse. Revue et complétée par l'Abbé Courval. Librairie Poussielgue. 1887

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Calendrier romain
Mois : Martius · Aprilis · Maius · Iunius · Quintilis (Iulius) · Sextilis (Augustus) · September · October · November · December · Ianuarius · Februarius · Mercedonius
Jours : Calendes · Nones · Ides

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