Macedonian rulers.

Macedonian rulers.
   The work was apparently in three volumes: the first contained a geographical description of Babylonia and the origin of human life and civilization, the second was about the 10 kings before the flood and various later dynasties down to Nabu-nasir (eighth century), and the last volume covered the period of Assyrian domination to Alexanderthe Great. Later classical tradition also claims that he introduced astronomy to the Greeks.

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