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Synonyms for Babylonia

an ancient kingdom in southern Mesopotamia

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King--of the second Babylonian Empire conquered the Jewish kingdom of Judah.
was respected and revered by the citizens of the Babylonian Empire, and all attorneys and prophets were admired for their enforcement of rules including: 1) if a man destroy the eye of another man, they shall destroy his eye; 2) if he breaks a man's bone, they shall break his bone; and 3) if a man hire an ox and cause its death through neglect or abuse, he shall restore ox for ox to the owner of the ox.
In ancient times, the best known Chaldean was King Nebuchadnezzar, ruler of the New Babylonian Empire which, from 605 to 562 BC, encompassed much of the Middle East.
with its threefold partition reflecting the political map of that time, "Sheen" corresponding to the Babylonian empire, "Ham" to the Egyptian kingdom.
Many thousands of Judeans were forced into the Babylonian Exile, and the country was reduced to a province of the Babylonian Empire.
Nebuchadnezzar conquers most of what is the present-day Middle East to form the second Babylonian empire.
Indeed, the Babylonian empire coming into being in 605 after the defeat of the joint armies of Egypt and Assyria in the battle of Carchemish, lasted 70 years, and collapsed after the onslaught of the Persian juggernaut in 538.
1) It seems that we must do away with the old image of a weak, small Babylonian empire during the reigns of its latest kings.
Splendours of Mesopotamia examines over 3,000 years of history within the region from the Sumerian, Assyrian and Babylonian empires, whose origins were in present-day Iraq and parts of Syria.