We hope you did not answer any of the
many leap years as you would be way off.
In 153 BC the Romans set the new year as January 1st,
but set it at 355 days.
later they reverted back to celebrating the new year in March.
Finally in 46 BC
Julius Caesar created the the Julian Calendar and
the new year was to fall on January 1st again and last 365 days.
Unfortunately the calendar was out of sync and an extra
90 days were added to 46 BC making it the longest year ever clocking in at 445
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