Late Achaemenid and Hellenistic Babylon

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Peeters Publishers, 2004 - 385 páginas
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This study presents the famous city of Babylon in its latest phase of occupation: from the end of the Achaemenid period (second half of the fourth century B.C.), during the reign of Alexander, the Successors, the Seleucid and Arsacid dynasty until the very end of cuneiform literature and other historical sources (around third-fourth century AD). It contains first of all a survey of the available Classical and Oriental sources (chapter 1), a topography of the city (chapter 2), an overview of political events and Babylon's role in the Empire (chapter 3). Furthermore Babylon's institutions (chapter 4), its social and economic (chapter 5), religious (chapter 6) and cultural (chapter 7) life are discussed. Finally, Babylon's legacy and its significance for later cultures appears in chapter 8.
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
Sources from Babylon
8
Sources on Babylon
47
TOPOGRAPHY
55
The city of Babylon during the Achaemenid period
66
Babylon during the Hellenistic period
73
POLITICAL HISTORY
99
INSTITUTIONS IN HELLENISTIC BABYLON
193
Economic life
237
Temple economy
240
Economy of Babylon
262
RELIGIOUS LIFE
264
Cult in Hellenistic Babylon
277
importance of astronomy
296
Babylon as symbol
315
INDICES
351

Military presence in Hellenistic Babylon
217
SOCIOECONOMIC SITUATION
226

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