I renamed you Sean, ( the man with the Shakespeare thread ) I shall add an S to my name and turn into a man as penance.
There is something I read for the first time last week.
Macrobius Ambrosius Theodosius (floruit 395–423 CE) attributed the planetary theory where the Earth rotates on its axis and the interior planets Mercury and Venus revolve around the Sun which in turn revolves around the Earth, to the ancient Egyptians. He named it the "Egyptian System," and stated that "it did not escape the skill of the Egyptians," though there is no other evidence it was known in ancient Egypt.
The orbit of Mercury is 88 days...440/88=5
The orbit of Venus is 225 days. As you know Venus is in a retrograde rotation, I don't know if that is relevant.
Playing around with those figures
Venus 225x1000 = 22500 - Mercury 88x100 =8800 thus 22500/8800 = 2.55
I gave Venus the larger 1000 as the larger orbit and the 100 to Mercury.