This category lists sites specifically for the history of ancient Babylonia.
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History through the different periods, literature, religions, law and justice, economy and social structure, science, archaeology, maps, and timeline.
A collection of Babylonian texts in which astronomical observations and political events were recorded.
The Avalon Project : The Code of Hammurabi
Provides an introduction, an essay, and a translation.
The history of a state in the south part of Mesopotamia, combining the territories of Sumer and Akkad.
Article describing the country, language, religion, and culture.
The Babylonian Calendar
The names of the Babylonian month and two calendars that were inspired by the example.
Chronicle of Early Kings
A translated listing with information.
The Dynastic Chronicle
A king list written on six columns.
The Early Years of Nebuchadnezzar II
Translated text that contains the reference to the capture of Jerusalem in 597 B.C.E.
A brief account of the sixth king of Babylon.
Law Code of Hammurabi
Includes the preamble, all codes, and an epilogue.
Letter of Pabi, Prince of Lachish, to Akhnaton, King of Kemet
Writing in clay addressed to the king of Egypt, c. 1350 B.C.E.
Map of Nippur
A drawing based on a map of the ancient city made about 1500 B.C.
The Oldest Code of Laws in the World
The code of laws promulgated by Hammurabi.
Ruin of Esagila Chronicle
Translated text that describes how a Seleucid crown prince (probably Antiochus, the son of king Seleucus Nicator) fell during a sacrifice on the ruin of Esagila.
Some Neo-Babylonian Legal Decisions
Past court cases, c. 555-427 B.C.E.
The Weidner Chronicle
Translated piece of propaganda in the form of a letter.
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