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Court days.

In ancient Rome, working days when the law courts were open for business.

Holy days, when the law courts, etc., were not open were called dies nefasti. The dies fasti were listed in calendars and the list of events occurring during the year of office of a pair of consuls was called fasti consulares; therefore, any chronological list of events of office-holders were known as fasti.

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