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  Babylonia   - the region around Babylon in Mesopotamia
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323/6 Foreign embassies meet Alexander in Babylonia.
320/6 Perdiccas settles affairs in Babylonia and Cyprus, before advancing
315/3 the support of his subjects by his conduct as satrap of Babylonia.
311/3 Ptolemy sends Seleucus with a small force to reoccupy Babylonia.
311/6 The beginning of the reign of Seleucus in Babylonia.
311/12 Seleucus gains complete control of Babylonia.
310/6 metrius leads a raid against Babylonia, during which he briefly gains
221/29 Molon gains control of Babylonia.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_9 himachus, the king's brother ; Babylonia to Seleucus. To
Arrian:Fr_10 nted him to be satrap of Babylonia, and put Archon, the
ChronPasc_420 the Troad Alexandria in Babylonia Alexandria in (?) the
Euseb]:Chron_11 says that the land of Babylonia lies between the rivers
Euseb]:Chron_13 the Red Sea in the region near Babylonia. Its name was Oan
Euseb]:Chron_* 47-51 * the rest of his baggage, to Babylonia. He himself went
Euseb]:Chron_249 eleucus went up to Babylonia and defeated the barbarians
ExcBarb_33B Seleucus to rule over Babylonia He gave Egypt and the
ExcBarb_34B the Troad Alexandria in Babylonia Alexandria in (?) the
Festus:Brev.15 how often the arms of Babylonia and Rome were joined
Festus:Brev.26 approach, the court at Babylonia was so frightened that
Festus:Brev.30 the palm of a peace of Babylonia, too, may accrue to thi
FGrH_155.1 Thrace; and Seleucus in Babylonia, who became king of all
FGrH_155.3 apies on the far side of Babylonia, and after collecting
Inscr_26 (140-124)   happiness and agreement in Babylonia . . . [C] { A
Just_1.7 had settled affairs in Babylonia, transferred the war
Malal_197 cator should be king of Syria, Babylonia and Palestine.
Malal_215 ontrolled the country of Babylonia; they allowed the Persi
OGIS_54 (c. 246)   r him Mesopotamia and Babylonia and Susiana and Per
Porph:Fr_41 . . in Syria and Babylonia and the eastern provinces,
Poseidon_94 of white and black naphtha in Babylonia. [95] [237.K] &


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