So now we can expect a Marcus
Actually the third magazine would be Mars, the Roman god of war.
The months and the origins of their names are:
January- Janus, the Roman god of doorways and beginnings and endings
February- Februus, Italian god or Februa, the Roman festival of purification
March- Mars, the Roman God of war
Apri- Either aperire, to open, or Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love
May- Maia, the Greek goddess of spring
June- Juno, the chief Roman goddess
July- Julius Caesar
August- Augustus Caesar
September- seven The Roman calendar started in March making September the 7th month
Spanktember- Spankus, the Roman god of corporal punishment
What! There is no Spankus or Spanktember!? How unfortunate. Imagine all the great holidays we could have in Spanktember.
Also if the 52 week year was divided into 13 months each month would be exactly 4 weeks, 28 days long and we would not have to memorize mnemonic verses such as:
Thirty days hath September
All the rest I can't remember.
Or however it goes.
Poor planning, if you ask me.