• That is because the Babylonian calendar (probably based on much older observations) is based on the lunar quarter cycles, roughly four seven-day periods until the next "new" moon. Think about it, people really didn't have much else to do every night except look at the lights in the sky and start trying to find patterns.
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      The Babylonian Calender was in used 700 years before Christ. The current calender is the Gregorian Calender. The reason we have 7 days a week is because the Bible fix the week at 7 days. Six days of work and the last day on the sabbath.

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