BASQUE MOON CALENDAR
We know that the Basques add 20 to 20 in the Basque language, as do the Sumerians and other advanced peoples Indo-Europeans. Times are counted 20, 40 and 60 (Hamar hogeita, hirurogei, laurogei, ...)
Thus the age of people 20 to 20 account in Basque; on the calendar today survive the signs of the sums of 40haciendo reference to key dates in agriculture (Calendar, San Jose Asencio, ...). In addition, several lunar calendars set palaeolith times 60 days (two moons). This article presents two of these lunar calendars, the first was found in a cave we know very well in Inguru Abentura, cave lamiñak (Berriatua, Bizkaia) and the second in cave Blanchard (Les Ayzies, Dordonia).
Given the sums of 20 and analyzing the paleolithic calendars, Josu Naberan hypothesizes week of 15 days following the line of researchers P.P.Astarloa, Julien Vinson, J. Gorostiaga, J.C. Baroja, ...
ASTEA (week) means "night cycle" and in the article published in J. Naberan erabili.com explains the meaning of the names of the week (Astelehena, asteartea, asteazkena ... and all who have sinóniomos preserved in the Basque villages). Thus, instead d ela three-day week, the tiemposse measured in four days 14-15 days (two moons), and each full moon would head a Saturday.
Find all details of this hypothesis in the following article (in Basque):