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January , also referred to as Januari in Middle English and Januarius in Latin, was named after a Roman god called Janus. Janus was the god who was in charge of the doors, gates, and fresh starts which was appropriate for the New Year. The god is often depicted by two faces looking in the opposite direction.Which months are named after gods?
The twelve Roman months were: Unnamed, later Ianuarius (January) - named after the god Janus. Unnamed, later Februarius (February) - named after the Februa, a festival of purification. Martius (March) - named after the god Mars. Aprilis (April) - named after the goddess Aphrodite. Maius (May) - named after the goddess Maia.