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By the year 46 B.C., the Roman calendar had fallen 90 days behind the seasons. Julius Caesar decreed that 46 B.C. would be 445 days long to make up the excess, and that each year thereafter that was divisible by 4 would be a leap year, with 366 days instead of the regular 365. This is the origin of the Julian calendar.
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