Babylonia Definition

băbə-lōnē-ə, -lōnyə
proper name
Ancient empire in SW Asia, in the lower valley of the Tigris & Euphrates rivers: it flourished c. 2100-689 b.c. and again, as Chaldea or “New Babylonia,” c. 625-538 b.c.
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An ancient region and empire of southern Mesopotamia, combining the territories of Sumer and Akkad.

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An ancient empire of Mesopotamia in the Euphrates River valley. It flourished under Hammurabi and Nebuchadnezzar II but declined after 562 bc and fell to the Persians in 539.
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