The Babylonian 'Epic
of Creation - Enuma Elish' is written on seven tablets,
each are between 115 and 170 lines long.
The Babylonian god finished his work within the span of 6 tablets of stone. The last and 7th stone exalted the handiwork and greatness of the deity's work. Thus the comparison must be made that the 7 days of creation found in the Bible, borrowed its theme from the Babylonians and them form the Sumerians.
A more complete text of
the Seven Tablets of Creation is also available