Julian calendar – A calendar established by Julius Caesar in 46BCE reforming the previous Roman calendar. It was replaced by the Gregorian calendar in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII, but is still used by Eastern Orthodox Church, the Imazighen, the Amish and others…
The night of January 11 to 12, 49BCE, Caesar crossed the Rubicon.
La nuit du 11 au 12 janvier 49 avant J.-C., César franchit le Rubicon.
In 52BCE, Vercingetorix, unifier of the Gauls, was defeated on the oppidum of Alesia by Julius Caesar.
En – 52, le Gaulois Vercingétorix est vaincu sur l’oppidum d’Alésia par Jules César.