Translation for 'Babylonia' from English to Hungarian
NOUN   Babylonia | -
SYNO Babylonia | Chaldaea | Chaldea
Babilónia {noun}
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Translation for 'Babylonia' from English to Hungarian

Babilónia {noun}tört.
Usage Examples English
  • origin and potentially connected to a powerful political family in the southern city of Uruk, Nabopolassar revolted against the Neo-Assyrian king Sinsharishkun at an opportune moment when Babylonia was already plagued by political instability.
  • The planet HD 231701 b is named Babylonia. The name was selected in the NameExoWorlds campaign by Iraq, during the 100th anniversary of the IAU.
  • The Jewish–Babylonian war was a military conflict between the Kingdom of Judah and Babylonia that lasted from 601 to 586 BCE.
  • "Myths and Legends of Babylonia and Assyria" is a book by Donald Alexander Mackenzie published in 1915.
  • This marriage led to disastrous results for Babylonia, as the Kassite faction at court murdered the half Assyrian Babylonian king and placed a pretender on the throne.

  • This letter is part of a series of correspondences from Babylonia to Egypt, which run from EA2 to EA4 and EA6 to EA14. EA1 and EA5 are from Egypt to Babylonia.
  • According to the Hebrew Bible, for three years, Judah paid taxes to Babylonia, until King Jehoiakim decided to stop the payments and went to war with Babylonia.
  • In Babylonia, it was said that he had called Rav Safra's attention to the difference between the modesty of "pious Palestine" and the audacity of "bold Babylonia" on the occasion of the prayer for rain.
  • "Calliotropis babylonia" is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Eucyclidae.
  • Hananiah ended his life peacefully in Babylonia.

  • The shell is narrower than "Turris babylonia", with narrower and sharper revolving ribs.
  • He was greatly respected for his learning; and during his visits to Babylonia he seems to have been invited frequently by the Resh Galuta to deliver halakhic lectures.
  • The exact location of the city remains unknown but it appears to have been a border town of the Babylonian kingdom, on the Euphrates River, situated between Suhûm and Babylonia, somewhere near the Mari kingdom in Old Babylonia, [...] and north of Babylon.
  • (Ulam-Buriaš conquered and ruled the Sealand—at the southern end of Babylonia—and perhaps ruled as king of Babylonia; Agum (III) was king of Babylonia.) He has no royal title in those, a feature of this chronicle that is shared by others, such as Samsu-Ditana, who, despite absent monarchical epithets, did prove to be kings.
  • Samawah is very close to the ancient Sumerian-Babylonian city of Uruk (Aramaic: "Erech"), which is possibly the source of the name Iraq.

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