Can anyone help translate this? (Book: "Storia d'Italia e dintorni"- In 100 e più vignette)

  1. Janus, the god of beginnings, is one of the most ancient gods of the Roman-Italic tradition. His veneration goes back to an archaic period, when people linked their worship to the cycles of nature such as sowing and harvesting. The name of the first month of the year, January—in latin Ianuarius—really derives from the Roman god Janus.

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