W. Warde Fowler's book gives a detailed commentary on Roman religious festivals for each month of the year, covering both public and non-public worship.
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W. Warde Fowler's The Roman Festivals of the Period of the Republic gives a detailed commentary on Roman religious festivals, covering public and sometimes non-public worship. It constitutes an introduction to the religion of the Romans aimed at students and scholars of history, literature, anthropology and history of religion. The book begins with a thorough introduction on the Roman calendar system. In the course of twelve chapters, the author catalogues and presents the festivals of each month of the year.