Janus, the Roman god of beginnings, is most often represented with a double-faced head looking in opposite directions. He is invoked for planting and for the start of the harvest, and he is recognized as the patron of marriage, birth, and other important beginnings occurring within an individual life. At one time he was regarded as the primary deity, and the first month of the year bears his name. His likeness is frequently found on gates and in passageways, where he is the doorkeeper.
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