What is the origin of seven days a week now? Why is it so coincidentally seven days a week?
Influenced by the civilization of the two rivers, the ancient Jews also accepted the week system. Later, with the spread of the concept of Jewish religion in Europe. "Monday" "Tuesday" & hellip; & hellip; is also colloquially called "Monday" "Tuesday" & hellip;, Sunday is called "Sunday", and a week is also called a "week".
By the way, the start time of a week is not exactly the same in different regions. Most European countries take Monday as the first day of the week. China is also used to taking Monday as the beginning of the week. Japan starts on Sunday and Egypt starts on Saturday. But international standards have set Monday as the first day of the week.
The calendar of seven days and one week has met some challenges from the government: during the French Revolution, there was a system of ten days and one week, which was officially said to be implemented for 12 years, but never really implemented. In 1929, Stalin enforced a five-day week in the Soviet Union, and later formulated a six day week system, but it also failed.