babylon

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Englisch - Türkisch
babil

Babil, asma bahçeleriyle ünlüydü. - Babylon was famous for its hanging gardens.

Arkeologlar, eski Babil astronomlarının Jüpiter'in gökyüzündeki hareketlerini tahmin edebildiklerini keşfettiler. - Archeologists have discovered that ancient Babylonian astronomers were able to predict the motion of Jupiter across the sky.

{i} büyük ve gösterişli şehir
(isim) büyük ve gösterişli şehir
Babil şehri
günahkârlar şehri
herhangi büyük ve tantanalı bir şehir
hanging gardens of babylon
babilin asma bahçeleri
Englisch - Englisch
Any city of great wealth, luxury and vice
Capital of Babylonia in the 2nd and 1st century BC
Term for the so-called white man's civilization
Term for the so-called white mans civilization
an ancient Middle Eastern city that was the capital of Babylonia and was famous for its great wealth. People sometimes use the name Babylon to mean a place of pleasure and immoral behaviour. Ancient Middle Eastern city. The city's ruins are located about 55 mi (89 km) south of Baghdad, near the modern city of Al-illah, Iraq. Babylon was one of the most famous cities in antiquity. Probably first settled in the 3rd millennium BC, it came under the rule of the Amorite kings around 2000 BC. It became the capital of Babylonia and was the chief commercial city of the Tigris and Euphrates river system. Destroyed by Sennacherib in 689 BC, it was later rebuilt. It attained its greatest glory as capital of the Neo-Babylonian empire under Nebuchadrezzar II (r. 605- 561 BC). Alexander the Great, who took the city in 331 BC, died there. Evidence of its topography comes from excavations, cuneiform texts, and descriptions by the Greek historian Herodotus. Most of the ruins are from the city built by Nebuchadrezzar. The largest city in the world at the time, it contained many temples, including the great temple of Marduk with its associated ziggurat, which was apparently the basis for the story of the Tower of Babel. The Hanging Gardens, a simulated hill of vegetation-clad terracing, was one of the Seven Wonders of the World
Any city of great wealth,luxury and vice
{i} ancient city located on the Euphrates River in Asia (former capital of the Babylonian Empire); site and ruins of the ancient city of Babylon located south of modern Baghdad (Iraq); Babylon Ltd., single-click dictionary and translator, a leading provider of single-click information access translation and conversion software
with its twin-city Borsippa, though probably founded as early as 3800 B C , played an insignificant role in the country's history until, under Hammurabi, about 2300 B C , it entered on that career of empire which it maintained for almost 2000 years, so that its name now stands for a country and a civilization which was of hoary antiquity before Babylon rose to power and even before a brick of Babylon was laid
The capital city of Babylonia in southern Mesopotamia; the Babylonians led by Nebuchadnezzar destroyed Jerusalem in 587 B C E and took Judeans into Babylonian exile; called Babel in Genesis 11
A city in modern-day Iraq; inheritors of the Assyrian empire, c 600-540 BCE
The ancient city of sin This city currently resides in Eastern Iraq, right on the River Euphrates God declared that Babylon would be utterly destroyed – as bad as Sodom and Gomorrah, yet this has not happened to this city as yet Thus, it would seem this prophecy is in our future Babylon is where Paganism first began in Genesis and is the first Empire to carry Jerusalem into captivity I believe these are at least two of the reasons God will someday utterly destroy this city
An ancient city on the middle Euphrates that was capital of both the Old and Neo-Babylonian empires Under Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 b c e ), who joined forces with the Medes to defeat Egypt at the Battle of Carchemish (605 b c e ) and create the second Babylonian Empire, Babylon destroyed Jerusalem and its Temple (587 b c e ) Babylon fell to the Persians in 539 b c e Alexander the Great's plans to rebuild the old sanctuaries ended with his death in 323 b c e , and the city never regained its former glory As the archetypal enemy of God's people, Babylon became the symbol of Satan's worldly power (Rev 14: 8; 18: 2)
bab ih lawn The capital of southern Mesopotamia from c 2000 BC to 1,000 BC, and the capital of Chaldea (NeoBabylon) from 700 - 600 BC In 598 BC, the Jews were conquered in Judea by Hammurabi was from ancient Babylon; the Arameans, Assyrians and Chaldeans struggled for control of NeoBabylon for centuries The Assyrian king Ashurbanipal won the struggle in 648, and was succeeded by Nebuchadrezzar; the Jews were conquered in Judea and exiled to Babylon in 598 (see Babylonian Captivity) Nebuchadrezzar is also credited with building the famous gardens The Persian emperor Cyrus the Great defeated the Assyrians in 539 BC and also freed the Jews from exile
the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capitol of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia
= Rome (where persecution was coming from) BALAAM & BALAK = the infidelity of contemporary people who eat food sacrificed to idols BEAST = the forces of evil; the antichrist BEASTS OF THE WAR IN HEAVEN (12: 7-9) = 1 Roman empire, worshiped by all the world; 2 the antichrist, who leads people to worship first beast BEAST (WILD) = Roman empire BLACK = death BOOK OF LIFE = where the names of the redeemed are kept BRIDE = the Church in covenant relationship with Christ BURNING SULFUR = eternal punishment
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Hanging Gardens of Babylon
A set of gardens of ancient Babylon
Whore of Babylon
A Christian allegorical figure of evil mentioned in the Book of Revelation in the Bible, whose apocalyptic downfall is prophesied to take place at the hands of a beast with seven heads and ten horns
hanging gardens of babylon
terraced garden at Babylon watered by pumps from the Euphrates; construction attributed to Nebuchadnezzar around 600 BC; one of the seven wonders of the ancient world
rivers of Babylon
parallel rivers located in western Asia, lifeline of the Iraqi civilization
babylon

    Silbentrennung

    Ba·by·lon

    Türkische aussprache

    bäbılän

    Aussprache

    /ˈbabəˌlän/ /ˈbæbəˌlɑːn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ba-b&-"län, -l&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Latin Babylōn, from Greek Βαβυλών, from Akkadian bāb ili ‘Gate of God’, translation of Sumerian Ka-dingir; the name of the ancient Chaldean capital and Biblical city of the Apocalypse.

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