This is Friday:
The day of Venus, as described earlier, has perhaps in glyph no. 2 a picture of hiding and in glyph no. 3 the two 'faces' of morning and evening 'star'.
The 3rd glyph, however, is probably containing more information than that. If we for a moment imagine that we could bend the week in the middle, in Wednesday, and let the two parts of the week come together, then Friday will come into contact with Monday (and Thursday with Tuesday and Saturday with Sunday).
As the Chinese of old regarded Friday as the day of the element of gold, then this contact between Friday and Monday seems correct. Because the Moon is silvery. The two women are coming together, one wearing gold and the other silver.
The meaning of the word 'week' is ultimately connected to the meaning of the word 'fold', I think.