When did people begin to host New Year parties? Ancient Egyptians celebrated New Year when the Nile River overflowed, usually in June. Then someone suggested, “If we change New Year to January, we won’t drown coming home from the party.” Early Romans named their celebration for Janus, a deity with two faces. One face looked backward, the other forward. Today, […]
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