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  1. Kelsie vanhoye
    September 12, 2010

    and if u call the cops i wouldnt care!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! bitchs

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    • Nathan Albright
      July 25, 2011

      Some of these differences are a bit overblown. For example, we know of the early Assyrians as great merchants whose trade helped the early Hittites develop culturally, during the Old Assyrian period (the pre-dynastic Hittite period, around 2000 BC). Perhaps this could have been expanded a little bit in the paper.

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      • Steve Prefontaine
        February 8, 2012

        I like the part about aztec dating

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      • ELYSE
        October 15, 2020

        If u see this say hi to me bc this comment was posted in 2011

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    • noisy boy
      September 1, 2016

      you are cool bro

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  2. Andrew Monopoulas
    June 25, 2012

    This essay written by the young student is far fron accurate. Readings must be read, and teachings must be taught.

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  3. Nastya
    October 14, 2015

    Why is there no similarity?

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  4. Nancy Montiel
    February 23, 2016

    I loved this article! It helped so much!!!!! and HI!

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    • nick rosmero
      September 19, 2016

      it is not helping me any so i don’t see how it is helping you

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      • Katelyn
        February 23, 2020

        I have got to agree nick rosmero this was no help in the least. Also Similarities?

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  5. Jonathan Smith
    May 18, 2016

    too many incorrect information in this read. Babylon was never known nor referred as the land of the Chaldeans. The word Chaldean came from the split of the two major churches back in in the early 1400’s. It was given from Roman Catholic Church when recruiting the people to follow and leave the Assyrian Church of the East. At that time known as the Church of the East.
    During the rule of King Ashurbanipal took down Babylon, he placed Shamash-shum-ukin his brother to rule it. His brother later turned his back and tried to separate and it went downhill from that point on.

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    • nick rosmero
      September 19, 2016

      preach it boy,you need to be the one to be writing it

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    • Catherine Cornelio
      December 3, 2016

      I’m don’t know where you are learning your history but I am pretty sure the Chaldeans have been around MUCH earlier than you have described.
      The Chaldeans of Ur are mentioned during the time of Abraham.
      The Chaldean Empire was the Neo-Babylonian Empire which began in 626BC and ended in 539BC.

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      • Edison
        June 6, 2018

        Ur of Chaldeans actually refers to them people who practiced magic and voodoo spirit the name Ur are just a term use for a city like many in Mesopotamia that is why God told Abraham to leave the city of wicked city of false religion and go to a better place and the city was in northern Iraq today where ancient capital of Assyria was located

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  6. Matartin
    May 28, 2017

    wanted some revelation now I’m confused!

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  7. magoogle
    November 8, 2017

    Any kpop fans?? and thanks it didn’t help but still thanks

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  8. Katrina J Collins
    November 15, 2017

    Truth be told. Who did God use to destroy Babylon?

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    • James Stark
      September 26, 2018

      Who destroyed the Babylonians? Secular and Bible scripture point to the same aggressors…Medo-Persia. shortly after the took Babylon in one night with only the Palace guards in the city, the Persians turned on their former Ally, the Medes. Some refer to this dynasty as the Carthinagins.

      They eventually attacked and defeated the Greeks of which the likes of Alexander there great came. He did never had any desire to conquer to the west as it was of little value but had an old grudge with the Persians via his father king of Macedonia.

      Alexander conquored the entire known world EAST of Greece but when he died at age 32, his generals divided up the land and the wars between groupings continued even to this day.

      Dr Jstark

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      • AgniPath
        August 2, 2020

        You added more confusion. Thanks

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  9. pototo
    June 12, 2018

    im pototo named boband i say ”hi friends”

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  10. John Sargon
    April 12, 2019

    The short lived Neo-Babylonian Empire emerged with a Chaldean Dynasty, who toppled by an Assyrian King, Nabonidus, the son-in-law of the famous
    King Nebuchadnezzar-ll. The remaining Chaldeans among others were gradually absorbed by the native population of Babylonians and Assyrians, who spoke an East Semite language. The modern name of Chaldeans, is a religious one provided by the Roman Catholic Church, no relation with the ancient Chaldeans.

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