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Sabbatum; dies sabbatinus, dies Sabbati; rarely feria septima, feria Sabbati [dies] dominica; History[ edit ] A continuous seven-day cycle that runs throughout history paying no attention whatsoever to the phases of the moon was probably first practiced in Judaismdated to the 6th century BC at the latest.
Friedrich Delitzsch and others suggested that the seven-day week being approximately a quarter of a lunation is the implicit astronomical origin of the seven-day week,  and indeed the Babylonian calendar used intercalary days to synchronize the last week of a month with the new moon.
Tigay and others claimed that the sabbath is mentioned as a day of rest in some of the earliest layers of the Pentateuch dated to the 9th century BC at the latest, centuries before Judea 's Babylonian exile.
They also find the resemblance between the biblical Sabbath and the Babylonian system to be weak. Therefore, they suggested that the seven-day week may reflect an independent Israelite tradition. It is clear that among neighboring nations that were in position to have an influence over Israel — and in fact which did influence it in various matters — there is no precise parallel to the Israelite Sabbatical week.
This leads to the conclusion that the Sabbatical week, which is as unique to Israel as the Sabbath from which it flows, is an independent Israelite creation. However the designation of the seven days of the week to the seven planets is an innovation introduced in the time of Augustus.
Ancient Near East[ edit ] The earliest evidence of an astrological significance of a seven-day period is connected to Gudeapriest-king of Lagash in Sumer during the Gutian dynastywho built a seven-room temple, which he dedicated with a seven-day festival.
In the flood story of the Assyro-Babylonian epic of Gilgamesh the storm lasts for seven days, the dove is sent out after seven days, and the Noah -like character of Utnapishtim leaves the ark seven days after it reaches firm ground.
On these days, officials were prohibited from various activities and common men were forbidden to "make a wish", and at least the 28th was known as a "rest-day".
In a frequently-quoted suggestion going back to the early 20th century,  the Hebrew Sabbath is compared to the Sumerian sa-bat "mid-rest", a term for the full moon. Senn in his book Christian Liturgy: Catholic and Evangelical points to data suggesting evidence of an early continuous use of a seven-day week; referring to the Jews during the Babylonian Captivity in the 6th century BC,  after the destruction of the Temple of Solomon.
While the seven-day week in Judaism is tied to Creation account in the Book of Genesis in the Hebrew Bible where God creates the heavens and the earth in six days and rests on the seventh; Genesis 1: At least since the Second Temple period under Persian rule, Judaism relied on the seven-day cycle of recurring Sabbaths.
Nundinae In Jewish sources by the time of the Septuagintthe term "Sabbath" Greek Sabbaton by synecdoche also came to refer to an entire seven-day week,  the interval between two weekly Sabbaths. Jesus's parable of the Pharisee and the Publican Luke The ancient Romans traditionally used the eight-day nundinum but, after the Julian calendar had come into effect in 45 BC, the seven-day week came into increasing use.
For a while, the week and the nundinal cycle coexisted, but by the time the week was officially adopted by Constantine in ADthe nundinal cycle had fallen out of use. The association of the days of the week with the Sun, the Moon and the five planets visible to the naked eye dates to the Roman era 2nd century.
According to the contemporary Julian calendar, 6 February 60 was, however, a Wednesday. This is explained by the existence of two conventions of naming days of the weeks based on the planetary hours system: The Chinese variant of the planetary system was brought to Japan by the Japanese monk Kobo Daishi 9th century.
Surviving diaries of the Japanese statesman Fujiwara Michinaga show the seven-day system in use in Heian Japan as early as In Japan, the seven-day system was kept in use for astrological purposes until its promotion to a full-fledged Western-style calendrical basis during the Meiji era.
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Holy Week and Easter Week The seven-day weekly cycle has remained unbroken in Christendomand hence in Western historyfor almost two millennia, despite changes to the CopticJulianand Gregorian calendars, demonstrated by the date of Easter Sunday having been traced back through numerous computistic tables to an Ethiopic copy of an early Alexandrian table beginning with the Easter of AD Get the 7 steps to fast and permanent fat loss Discover the secret to the perfect diet program Why most fitness and weight loss programs fail you.
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