Shabbat Not Sunday is Seventh Day of Week Sabota in Polish Sabbaton in Greek the Romans Brought Saturday


One word did not change among many of the tribes after the Tower of Babel where one language was confused into many, the word sabbath, the seventh day of the week, szonbatt in Hungarian, samedi in French, and savvato in modern Greek, that Hebrew word into the Indo European (Japhetic) languages, also in Sanskrit the word sabta meaning seven. The German word had been Samstag until by Roman influence the seventh day of the week became Saturday, and about fifteen hundred years later, the Sabbath begun observed on Sunday by many Christians.