The name September comes from the old Roman word 'septem', which means seven, because in the Roman calendar it was the seventh month.The Anglo-Saxons called it Gerst monath (Barley month), because it was their time when they harvested barley to be made into their favourite drink - barley brew.
The Hawaii State Motto, "Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono," appeared as part of the decal design on early Kamaka ukuleles.
This section tells of the persecutions that Daniel and his friends undergo, and also of the high positions that Daniel attains.
It relates the fact that God is in control, and how He protects His faithful servants.
As the god of the fire and forge they therefore expected September to be associated with fires, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. Students return to school after the six week summer holiday.
For more facts about the month of September please visit our Facts a Day calendar The Gregorian calendar The Gregorian calendar is the one most used nowadays.