Yes, that’s right! If you were born before 150BC, March was the first month of the year. I reckon this is hard to believe, but for one interesting fact born out in the modern day: December is still with us, but back then it was the tenth month (decem) and September the seventh (septum), both named by the Roman’s as such. In fact, there was no January or February, they were simply entitled “Winter” and forgotten about. Well, it seems to make sense to me!