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暴龍 asked in 社會與文化語言 · 9 years ago

有英文達人嗎?

可以幫我把下面的內容翻譯成英文嗎???麻煩

古代天文學在發展初期就已確立,每顆行星繞行一周回到原點所需時間不等,這就是各行星的『年』。因此行星便依據此分屬不同等級,下面是等級的列表,因此土星的周期最長,位列最高階。

土星 29年

木星 12年

火星 687天

太陽 365天

金星 225天

水星 88天

月球 28天

埃及人率先把白天畫分為十二小時,隨後大概在公元前一千年,巴比倫帝國將日夜細分為二十四小時,采用行星名稱來作為小時的名稱,第一個小時分派給最高階的行星土星;第二個小時分配給第二等級的行星木星;第三個小時歸火星,並依此類推。接著重復這個循環,把所有二十四小時都分配給七顆行星,並延續往後的日子...

後來以行星命名的制度傳到了羅馬,羅馬人作了修改,後來又被德國人用自己的語言和文化習俗進行改造,最後這些名稱流傳到英國,才成為今天的樣子。

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  • 9 years ago
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    Hey there,

    Here is your requested translation:

    "In ancient astronomy, it has been corrected that every planet will orbit in its own circle, and will come back to its original point every few years. This is known as the "orbital period". Because each planet and satellite has a different orbital period, the list below shows the greatest to the lowest in the solar system:

    Saturn: 29 years

    Jupiter: 12 years

    Mars 687 days

    Sun: 365 days

    Venus: 225 days

    Neptune: 88 days

    Moon: 28 days

    The Egyptians were the first to know that the daylight lasts for 12 hours, but it was only in 1000 BC, the Palestinians described a day with 24 hours, using the plants for timing purposes; the first hour as Saturn, the second hour as Jupiter, in which the cycle continues again and again, with the 7 deities (above) assigned to the hours each day.

    It was then that this routine was brought to Rome years after, when the Romans changed it, and was brought to Germany, where it was changed again by its own culture and language. This routine was changed a final time, when it was introduced to England, where it had modified to today's standards.

    2012-06-16 18:40:53 補充:

    Hope that helped, and you are welcome to ask me any questions.

    Source(s): Myself.
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