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  Babylon   - a city in Mesopotamia
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323/7 Alexander enters Babylon, despite the warnings of the Chaldaeans.
323/8 Alexander restores the Esagila, the great temple in Babylon.
323/13 Peucestas brings 20,000 Persian soldiers to Babylon.
322/15 BabylChron_BM.34093, an "astronomical diary" of events at Babylon.
318/35 Seleucus forces the Babylonians to pay for the upkeep of his army.
317/22 Seleucus recaptures the palace at Babylon.
315/2 Seleucus is visited by Antigonus at Babylon.
310/6 which he briefly gains control of one of the citadels of Babylon.
309/3 igonus attempts to recapture Babylon, but is forced out by Seleucus.
286/3 chus, the son of Seleucus, settles Greeks from Babylon in Seleuceia.
278/32a steal the property of some temples in the Juniper garden at Babylon.
274/3 Antiochus brings some colonists from Babylon to settle in Seleuceia.
273/2 The Babylonians send reinforcements, including 20 elephants, to Antio
261/18a Berossus_, the "Babyloniaca" of Berossus, a Babylonian priest.
246/29a the children of Antiochus and Laodice, attend a ceremony in Babylon.
246/30 is held at an estate near Babylon, which had been given by Antioch
246/44 reaches Mesopotamia, and his army besieges the palace in Babylon.
236/1 confirming a grant of land given by the kings to the Babylonians.
222/8a ity of silver and gold is stolen from the Esagila temple at Babylon.
187/1a Antiochus visits Babylon and is shown the purple robe of Nebuchadnezz
172/3 Antiochus settles Greek citizens in Babylon.
172/3a BabylChron_13, containing a reference to Greek citizens at Babylon.
169/29a The citizens of Babylon celebrate the news of Antiochus' victories
166/14 OGIS_253, a dedication to Antiochus as founder of Babylon.
163/31 _14, referring to a battle involving the Greek citizens of Babylon.
152/22 The death of Diogenes, called "the Babylonian".
141/7 Mithridates captures Babylon.
131/19 by Bagayasha, a Parthian leader, against the citizens of Babylon.
128/3 and cruelty, after Phraates appoints him to be viceroy of Babylon.
127/2a Inscr_26.C, a Babylonian contract dated to the reign of Hyspaosines.
110/5a THI_218, a list of victors in athletic contests at Babylon.
94/3a BabylChron_20, a Babylonian chronicle which mentions digging work
    Within translations:
1Macc_6 parted from there to return to Babylon. Then some one
3Macc_6 hree companions in Babylon who had voluntarily surrendered
Aelian:NA_1.22 Historians praise the Babylonians and Chaldaeans for
Aelian:NA_12.21 Gilgamos ** and became king of Babylon. If anyone regards
Aelian:NA_17.29 same writer says that in Babylon he has seen date-palms
AntipThes_9.58 yes on the wall of lofty Babylon on which is a road for
Arrian:Fr_9 Perdiccas, took it from Babylon by way of Damascus to Pto
Arrian:Fr_10 in his place ... Sending to Babylon ... Docimus with
AstrCan_1 [1] Kings [of the Babylonians] & Years & Total Year of
Athen_4.168 But Diogenes the Babylonian, in his treatise on Nobility
Athen_5.203 the Persians and from Babylon, or by working mines, or
Athen_5.211 Seleuceia, in the district of Babylon. And he was kindly
Athen_5.222 O grammarians, as the Babylonian Herodicus says, inquir
Athen_11.466 says that Lysimachus the Babylonian, having invited Himeru
Athen_11.494 And also in the Babylonians of Aristophanes we hear of
Athen_12.526 untry." And Diogenes the Babylonian gave the same account
Athen_13.595 hear from the people of Babylon, as to the manner in whic
Athen_14.639 book of his History of Babylon, says that on the sixteen
Athen_14.651 first book, speaking of Babylon, says :- "There are palm-
Athen_15.692 little pouches full of Babylonian perfumes, and going
ChronPasc_420 Alexander captured Babylon, and the kingdom of Persia came
ChronPasc_421 ander was poisoned and died at Babylon. [Ol. 113.3] The
ChronPasc_452 th] year from the start of the Babylonian captivity. [Ol.
ChronPasc_468 certain Ananelus from Babylon, and appointed him to be
ChronPasc_473 if weakening. The Babylonian empire is gold, the Persian
ChronPasc_508 Hebrews, after the return from Babylon to Jerusalem: 1.
ChronSynt_92 The kingdom of the Babylonians: It lasted for 175 years,
ChronSynt_94 ews was conquered by the Babylonians in [the year of creat
Diod_34.21 slaved many of the Babylonians, upon slight pretexts, alon
DiogLaert_7.39 Elements; and by Diogenes, the Babylonian; and Poseidonius
DiogLaert_7.55 air; or, as Diogenes the Babylonian, defines it, in his
Eupolemus_5 should cook food for the Babylonians, and as prisoners of
Euseb]:Chron_7 who was a Chaldaean from Babylon, and he reigned for 10
Euseb]:Chron_11 the first book of his Babylonian History, says that he
Euseb]:Chron_13 Chaldaea; they live in Babylon in a disorderly way, like
Euseb]:Chron_* 21-29 * told them to return to Babylon; they were destined to
Euseb]:Chron_* 33-51 * built a huge tower where Babylon now is, and it was alread
Euseb]:Chron_59 with the general of the Babylonians, who urged him to ove
Euseb]:Chron_67 ted Belesius to be governor of Babylon. He transferred the
Euseb]:Chron_69 le] had been burnt down by the Babylonians. Xerxes the son
Euseb]:Chron_73 first man to build the city of Babylon. These are the word
Euseb]:Chron_* 119-123 * ruction [of the temple] by the Babylonians. They are recko
Euseb]:Chron_129 this was 484 years after the Babylonian captivity. After
Euseb]:Chron_205 this time] Alexander captured Babylon, and killed Dareius
Euseb]:Chron_253 whom the army summoned from Babylon. Antiochus was call
Euseb]:Chron_255 an army and set off for Babylon and the eastern regions,
Festus:Brev.20 Seleucia, Ctesiphon, and Babylon; and, after Alexander,
FGrH_155.1 onus, and the satrapy of Babylon to Seleucus; and he appoi
FGrH_155.2 edonians carried his body from Babylon to Alexandria. They
Hieron:Chron_9'27 certain Ananelus from Babylon and set him up as high
Hieron:Chron_1688 Ar.] Alexander captured Babylon and killed Dareius, with
Hieron:Chron_1693 * . [1693] Alexander died at Babylon, aged 32 years. Aft
Hieron:Chron_1705 became king of Syria and Babylon and the eastern regions,
Hieron:Chron_1716 not in Ar.] Seleucus conquered Babylon. 120th OLYMPIAD [=3
Hieron:Chron_1913 "480 years" - Ar.] after the Babylonian exile. The king
Joseph:AJ_12.2 obtained Asia, Seleucus Babylon; and of the other nations
Joseph:AJ_12.147 send some of our nation out of Babylon into Phrygia. The
Joseph:AJ_12.149 out of Mesopotamia and Babylon, unto the castles and pla
Joseph:AJ_12.355 he fled away as far as Babylon, and lost a great many
Joseph:AJ_13.5 ince their return out of Babylon, those that remained of
Joseph:AJ_13.184 ountry still, as well as Babylon; [185] and when he should
Joseph:AJ_13.301 been delivered from the Babylonian slavery, and were retu
Joseph:AJ_14.9 pal Jews who came out of Babylon into Judaea; but that ass
Joseph:AJ_20.231 Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, made an expedition again
Joseph:AJ_20.233 ars' captivity under the Babylonians, Cyrus, king of Persi
Joseph:BJ_01.6 the Parthians, and the Babylonians, and the remotest Ara
Joseph:BJ_01.70 they were set free from the Babylonian slavery. [71]
Just_1.10 revolted and seized upon Babylon, and the capture of the
Just_1.2 was she that built Babylon, and constructed round the city
Just_1.7 rying on war against the Babylonians, Croesus, king of Lyd
Just_11.12 Darius, having fled to Babylon, entreated Alexander, in
Just_12.10 perchon with the army to Babylon, while he himself, with
Just_12.13 As he was returning to Babylon, from the distant shores
Just_13.1 among all people throughout Babylon. But the conquered
Just_13.4 Persians, Archon of Pella the Babylonians, and Arcesilaus
Just_15.4 11 He first took Babylon, and then, his strength being
Just_38.10 having got possession of Babylon, began to be thought a
Just_38.9 rough the deserts of Arabia to Babylon. But Phraates, who
Just_42.1 harassed the people of Babylon, and many other cities,
Just_42.4 vacant throne, besieged Babylon, whither Mithridates had
Malal_193 rians, Medes, Parthians, Babylonians and Persians, and all
Malal_194 him, riding a horse, in Babylon; the statue is still stan
Malal_198 king of Syria, all of Asia, Babylon and Palestine, for
Memn_4 Alexander died at Babylon from [? poison] or disease, Dio
PLond_2052 was a hostage: Philinos, Babylonian, shampooer, about 44
Plut:Demetr_7 gonus had formerly taken Babylon from Seleucus ; but he
Plut:Eum_3 officers retired from Babylon, he stayed there, endeavo
Plut:Mor_173 and ears, beguiled the Babylonians; and being trusted
Plut:Phoc_21 exander's treasures from Babylon, and came with them from
Polyaen_6.49.1 Alexander died at Babylon, he was sent to Perdiccas at
Polyaen_7.6.4 an expedition against Babylon, sent Mazares the Mede
Polyaen_7.6.5 When Cyrus was besieging Babylon, he dug a channel, throug
Polyaen_7.6.8 When Cyrus was besieging Babylon, the Babylonians, who had
Polyaen_7.12.1 it with success against the Babylonians. [13] & Zopyrus
Polyaen_7.13.1 Dareius besieged Babylon for a long time, without being
Porph:Fr_* 39-45 * uered the Chaldaeans and Babylonians; unless we think that
Poseidon_13 466'b-c & Lysimachus the Babylonian invites Himerus to a
PsCallisth_1.31 fifty feet. And Babylon in the land of the barbarians
PsCallisth_2.7 Parthians, Elymaeans, Babylonians, and those down in
PsCallisth_2.9 Mesopotamia and Babylon there are two rivers, the Tigri
PsCallisth_2.14 embassy to Darius as far as Babylon. Darius was on a
PsCallisth_3.17 ing Alexander, you must die in Babylon. By your own people
PsCallisth_3.26 tarted and made the journey to Babylon. On arriving there,
PsCallisth_3.27 journey. I went to Babylon and, taking 72,000 of my forces
PsCallisth_* 3.30-34 * and after a few days in Babylon, the daemonic god sent
THI_26 (140-124)   entry in the Babylonian astronomical diaries ( 137D

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