Babylon

Babylon (n; Bābili(m); Sumerian logogram: KÁ.DINGIR.RAKI; Hebrew: בָּבֶל, Bavel; Babylṓn;
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Babylon

noun the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capital of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia
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Babylon

Click images to enlargeCapital of ancient Babylonia, on the bank of the lower Euphrates River. The site is now in Iraq, 88 km/55 mi south of Baghdad and 8 km/5 mi north of Hillah,
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Babylon

[ballad] `Babylon` or `The Bonnie Banks o Fordie` is Child ballad 14, Roud 27. ==Synopsis== An outlaw comes upon three sisters in the woods. He threatens each one in turn to make her marry him. The first two refuse and are killed. The third threatens him with her brother or brothers. He asks after them and discovers that he is the brother. ...
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Babylon

[LIRR station] ==History== Babylon Station originally opened as a South Side Railroad of Long Island depot on October 28, 1867. It was briefly renamed Seaside station in the summer of 1868, but resumed its original name of Babylon station in 1869. The Central Railroad of Long Island had once planned an extension to the Great South Bay and F...
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Babylon

[New Testament] Babylon occurs in the Christian New Testament both with a literal and a figurative meaning. The famous ancient city, located near Baghdad, was a complete unpopulated ruin by 275 BC, well before the time of the New Testament. In the Book of Revelation, the city of Babylon seems to be the symbol of every kind of evil. ==New Te...
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Babylon

an ancient city, located about 50 miles south of modern-day Baghdad; this city first flourished during Hammurabi's rule from 1792-1750 BCE; eventually Babylon grew most powerful under the Persian Achaemenid and Seleucid rulers; there have been many important excavations of Babylon, and many cuneiform tablets have been found there.
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Babylon

Babylon (băb'ulon) , ancient city of Mesopotamia. One of the most important cities of the ancient Middle East, it was on the Euphrates River and was north of the cities that flourished in S Mesopotamia in the 3d millennium B.C. It became important when Hammurabi made it the capital of his ...
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Babylon

Babylon is British slang for a racist, white society.
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Babylon

Babylon, residential village (1990 pop. 12,249), Suffolk co., SE N.Y., on Long Island, on Great South Bay; settled 1689, inc. 1893. The first U.S. wireless station was built there by Marconi.
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Babylon

Capital of ancient Babylonia, on the bank of the lower Euphrates River. The site is now in Iraq, 88 km/55 mi south of Baghdad and 8 km/5 mi north of Hillah, ...
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Babylon

Jamaican English term for corrupt establishment systems, often applied to the police.
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Babylon

one of the most famous cities of antiquity. It was the capital of southern Mesopotamia (Babylonia) from the early 2nd millennium to the early 1st ... [12 related articles]
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Babylon

[n] - the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capitol of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia
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