Date(s) - 24/03/2029
This day, together with 24 May, were days when in early times the Comitia Calata (Special meeting of the Comitia Curiata) met to sanction wills; court proceedings could start only
after the rex had dismissed the comitia (Q.R.C.F.). At this special meeting, the Comitia Curiata witnessed or ratified wills. However, this early form of will had become obsolete at some time before the first century BCE when the private mancipatory will was implemented that only required only five Roman citizens as witnesses. After this date the Comitia Curiata likely ceremoniously ratified and logged any such private mancipatory wills received.