babylonian

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An inhabitant of the city of Babylon
An inhabitant of Babylonia (which included Chaldea); a Chaldean
Of or pertaining to the ancient kingdom of Babylonia; Chaldea
The extinct Akkadian (includes Babylonian and Assyrian diatects) language
Of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) Babylon
An astrologer; so called because the Chaldeans were remarkable for the study of astrology
{a} pertaining to Babylon, ancient city in Affryia
{s} of or pertaining to Babylon or the Babylonian Empire (ancient empire in southwest Asia)
The extinct Akkadian language
{i} resident of the ancient city Babylon or of the Babylonian Empire (ancient empire in southwest Asia)
Assyro Babylonian language Babylonian Exile Babylonian Captivity
an inhabitant of ancient Babylon
the ideographic and syllabic writing system in which the ancient Babylonian language was written an inhabitant of ancient Babylon of or relating to the city of Babylon or its people or culture; "Babylonian religion
of or relating to the city of Babylon or its people or culture; "Babylonian religion"
Of or pertaining to the real or to the mystical Babylon, or to the ancient kingdom of Babylonia; Chaldean
the ideographic and syllabic writing system in which the ancient Babylonian language was written
Babylonian Exile
or Babylonian Captivity Forced detention of Jews in Babylonia following Babylonian conquest of Judah in 598/597 and 587/586 BC. The first deportation may have occurred after King Jehoiachin was deposed in 597 BC or after Nebuchadrezzar destroyed Jerusalem in 586. In 538 BC the Persian Cyrus II conquered Babylonia and allowed the Jews to return to Palestine. Some Jews chose to remain in Babylonia, initiating the Jewish Diaspora. During the Babylonian Exile the Jews maintained their national spirit and religious identity despite cultural pressures in a foreign land, with Ezekiel and other prophets keeping hope alive. Petrarch and other writers designated the Avignon papacy as the Babylonian Captivity in the 14th century, and Martin Luther used the term in the title of one of his works attacking the papacy and the Roman Catholic church in the 16th century
Babylonian Talmud
{i} Talmud which was compiled in Babylon (primary Talmud)
Babylonian captivity
banishment of the residents of Judea to Babylon during the 6th century BCE
Babylonian punctuation
method of marking the vocalization or punctuation of the ancient Babylonian language
babylonian captivity
the deportation of the Jews to Babylonia by Nebuchadnezzar in 586 BC
Old Babylonian
The Akkadian language spoken at that time
Old Babylonian
The historical period of the First Babylonian Dynasty
babylonian

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    Ba·by·lo·ni·an

    Türkische aussprache

    bäbılōniın

    Aussprache

    /ˌbabəˈlōnēən/ /ˌbæbəˈloʊniːən/

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