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  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

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  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens
  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens
  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens
  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens
  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens
  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens
  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens
  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens
  • Archaeologists believe the Babylonians were the first civilization to celebrate the New Year, with an 11-day holiday tied to the vernal (spring) equinox. Sometime during the Roman era, New Year's was set as January 1st, a custom that was adopted in the Middle Ages by many Western countries. For...

    Category: Baby
    ,
    Category: Kids
    ,
    Category: Multigen
    ,
    Category: Teens

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