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Fasti

Category
LITERATURE - MAJOR WORKS

Language
LATIN

Fasti is the plural of the Latin adjective fastus, most commonly used as a substantive. The word derives from fas, meaning "that which is permitted,"[1] that is, "that which is legitimate in the eyes of the gods." Fasti dies were the days on which business might be transacted without impiety,[2] in contrast to dies nefasti, days on which assemblies and courts could not convene. The word fasti itself came to denote lists organized by time.[2] The temporal structure distinguished fasti from regesta, which were simple lists of property, or assets, such as land or documents, or transactions transferring property.

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