Normally we are used to see a calendar that begins in January. In most cases, it seems to make sense to buy or give away calendars just before or after the start of the New Year. So, calendars filled with pictures of the grandchildren are often found under Christian trees as little gifts for the grandparents. Calendars offer us orientation and remind us of our holidays or upcoming special events. For recurring events, a perpetual calendar without a weekday is perfectly suitable. Check out the different calendar formats and types online, via the Pixum photo world software or by using the Pixum photo book app.
Even in the Roman Empire, calendars were used which began with the first day of a respective month. The importance back then was then different: calendars served as a kind of deadline, which documented how long debts would drag on. The starting date of the months still seems to be a useful point of reference today. It looks different in the start month of the calendar.