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Synonyms for Chaldean

a wise man skilled in occult learning

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an inhabitant of ancient Chaldea

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of or relating to ancient Chaldea or its people or language or culture

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The Chaldean Cultural Center Museum, which opened in May in West Bloomfield, is an educational resource that has been a decade in the making.
Nahmanides explains that researchers have revealed that the city of Cutha is not in Sumer, the land of Chaldeans, but is, in fact, located in the northern Mesopotamian region of Aram between Haran and Assyria.
The Islamic Republic has seized a church in Tehran and plans to use it as a Shiite shrine, the Majlis deputy of the Assyrian and Chaldean community, Jonathan Bet-Kelia, has charged in the Majlis.
Is it not possible for Canada to accept the Chaldeans as refugees while, at the same time reinforcing our SOF commitment to further confront ISIL?
Arameans, Chaldeans, and Arabs in Babylonia and Palestine in the First Millennium B.
Considered an order of Catholics under authority of the Vatican, the Chaldeans are the largest of Iraq's Christian denominations.
On December 11, President Masoud Barzani held a meeting with members of the Kurdistan Parliament from the different ethnic and religious components of Kurdistan, including Turkmans, Chaldeans, Assyrians and Armenians.
In April, representative of Iranian Assyrians and Chaldeans at the parliament Yonatan Betkelia ruled out pressure or discrimination against religious minorities in Iran, and stressed that they are conducting a peaceful life along with the Shiite Muslims in the country.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: German news agency reported that Patriarch of Babel Chaldeans Louis Raphael I Sako met today with ex-deputy premier Tariq Aziz in his prison in Baghdad.
The Catholic Chaldeans are the largest among the Christian minorities in Iraq and Syria.
The Chaldean Catholic community of Toronto has been officially upgraded to an Eparchy, to be known as the Eparchy of Mar Addai of Toronto of the Chaldeans.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, expressed his deep shock and sorrow at the killing, saying, "Our prayers are daily with the people of Iraq, especially with the vulnerable Christian community, and particularly with the Chaldeans and Archbishop Paulos' family.
Chaldeans belong to a branch of the Roman Catholic Church that practises an ancient Eastern rite.
Most Chaldeans live in Iraq, Iran and Lebanon, with scattered communities elsewhere in the Middle East.