- A linguistic term that characterizes the languageof texts written in the first half of the first millennium, from c. 900 to 500 B.C.
Historical Dictionary of Mesopotamia. EdwART. 2012.
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neo-babylonian — neo babylonian; neo Babylonian; … English syllables
neo-babylonian — I. “+ adjective Usage: often capitalized N & usually capitalized B Etymology: ne + babylonian : of or relating to the later Babylonian empire II. noun Usage: often capitalized N & usually capitalized B : chaldean 1 b … Useful english dictionary
neo-Babylonian — noun see chaldean I … Useful english dictionary
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Neo-Babylonian Empire — A term coined by modern historians to denote the Babylonian realm ruled by the dynasty begun by King Nabopolassar (reigned 626 605 b.c.), accordingly referred to as the Neo Babylonian dynasty (sometimes called the Chaldean dynasty). The Neo… … Ancient Mesopotamia dictioary
NEO-BABYLONIAN EMPIRE — (605–539 B.C.) It was founded by the Babylonian king Nabopolassar (reigned 626–605 B.C.), who with the help of the Medes brought the Neo Assyrian empire to its knees by destroying Nineveh and other major Assyrian cities. Nabopolassar’s son… … Historical Dictionary of Mesopotamia
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Babylonian law — Archaeological material for the study of Babylonian law is singularly extensive. So called contracts exist in the thousands, including a great variety of deeds, conveyances, bonds, receipts, accounts, and most important of all, actual legal… … Wikipedia