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However, according to Rabbi Eleazar ben Shammua, Rosh Hashanah commemorates the creation of man.
The Semites in general set the beginning of the new year in autumn, while other ancient civilizations such as the Persians or Greeks chose spring for that purpose, in both cases the primary reason being agricultural – the time of sowing the seed and of bringing in the harvest.
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Thus "Rosh Ha Shanah" means 'head [of] the year', referring to the Jewish day of new year.
These same words are commonly used in the Psalms to refer to the anointed days.
Numbers 29:1 calls the festival Yom Teru'ah, ("Day [of] blowing [the horn]"), and symbolizes a number of subjects, such as the Binding of Isaac whereby a ram was sacrificed instead of Isaac, and the animal sacrifices, including rams, that were to be performed.
but the phrase may also refer to the Hebrew month of Nisan in the spring, especially in light of Exodus 12:2, Exodus 13:3–4 where the spring month of Aviv, later renamed Nisan, is stated as being "the first month of the year" and Ezekiel where "the first month" unambiguously refers to Nisan,) In the Siddur and Machzor Jewish prayer-books Rosh Hashanah is also called "Yom Hazikaron" ([a] day [of] the remembrance), not to be confused with the modern Israeli holiday of the same name which falls in spring.
The Hebrew Rosh Ha Shanah is etymologically related to the Arabic Ras as-Sanah, the name Muslims give for the Islamic New Year.
Some midrashic descriptions depict God as sitting upon a throne, while books containing the deeds of all humanity are opened for review, and each person passes in front of Him for evaluation of his or her deeds.