Chaldean


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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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By forging relationships with other educational and cultural institutions, the museum not only nurtures pride within the Chaldean community but also promotes greater understanding between communities as part of the area's cultural diversity.
He argues that Abraham's family moved within northern Mesopotamia from Aram Naharim to Haran (which he understands to be two separate places) and all references to Ur of the Chaldeans do not refer to a southern Mesopotamian city named Ur but rather to the Chaldean (Sumerian?
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.
Summary: Lebanon's current political deadlock and unstable security situation are negatively impacting the situation of Iraqi refugees, Chaldean Bishop Michel Kassarji of Lebanon said Wednesday, calling for more help to the community.
MORE THAN 120,000 Chaldean (Catholic) Christians forced out of Iraq by relentless ISIL advances and atrocities lie dormant in Kurdistan.
PRESS PHOTO The Kurdish Globe We sincerely congratulate our Assyrian, Chaldean, and Syriac sisters and brothers in Kurdistan, Iraq and all over the world, thousands of whose families have been forced leave their places of origin and live in refugee camps, on the occasion of the Assyrian and Babylonian New Year and the Akito feasts.
Originating in an international workshop in Leipzig in 2010, this volume provides the papers presented at that event, which focused on research results regarding nomadic and settled cultures in an effort to elucidate the history, culture, and religion of Arabian, Chaldean, and Aramean tribes in Babylonia and Palestine in the first millennium BC.
In the January issue of Catholic Insight, Church in the World highlighted Chaldean Patriarch Louis Raphael I of Iraq whose flock is in disarray by the ISIS situation.
ERBIL, Iraq -- Iraqi Christians find safe harbor on the property of Mar Elia Chaldean Catholic Church in the autonomous Kurdish-governed region of northern Iraq.
Chaldean Catholic Church Bishop of Orumiyeh Thomas Mirm made the remarks in a Christmas day ceremony held to celebrate birth anniversary of Jesus Christ in Iran's Northwestern province of Azerbaijan.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: The Chaldean Church in Iraq called the MPs to give concessions for the election of the three presidencies in order to preserve the unity of the country and save the lives of the Iraqi people.
Amman, May 28 (Petra) -- His Royal Highness Prince Al Hassan Bin Talal, the president of the Arab Thought Forum and the Royal Institute for Inter-faith Studies received on Wednesday Patriarch Louis Raphael I Sako, the Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Babylon and the Head of the Chaldean Catholic Church and the accompanying delegation.
Summary: Chaldean Patriarch Louis Sako says daily migration of Christians from Iraq is 'terrifying' and blames range of factors.
And a lack of priests has left only 18 Chaldean parishes, down from 30.
A total of 65,000 Armenian Orthodox, 15,000 Syriac Orthodox, 8,000 Chaldean Catholic and 2,500 Greek Orthodox believers reside in Turkey.