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This figure, in a detail of a medieval Hebrew calendar, reminded Jews of the palm branch
(Lulav), the myrtle twigs, the willow branches, and the citron (Etrog) to be held in the
hand and to be brought to the synagogue during the holiday of sukkot, near the end of the
The Gregorian date (Anno Domini/Common Era) is the present Christian/World calendar based
on birthdate of Christ and was set up in 1582; the Hebrew date is the lunisolar Jewish
calendar based on the date of creation which, in the Gregorian calendar extended back in
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Tishrei or Tishri is the seventh month of the Jewish calendar. It lasts for 30 days from
September into October, and the High Holidays occur during this time, including Rosh
Hashanah and Yum Kippur .
The lunisolar calendar used to mark the events of the Jewish year, dating the creation of
the world at 3761 bc. See Table at calendar. (Judaism) the lunisolar calendar used by the
Jews, in which time is reckoned from 3761 bc: regarded as the year of the Creation. The
The Hebrew calendar follows a seven-day weekly cycle, which runs concurrently with but
independently of the monthly and annual cycles. The names for the days of the week are
simply the day number within the week.
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