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Babylonics

[ˌbabəˈlōnēən]

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Synonyms: 1. Babylon
1. ⇒Definition of babylonics. According to the account of Herodotus (1, 178-186) the walls of Babylon were double, the outer line being 56 miles in circumference, built of large bricks cemented together with bitumen, and raised round the city in the form of an exact square; hence they measured 14 miles along each face.
2. The same name is in Berosus’s Babylonics, as Josephus testifies in his ancient history, book 10, chap. iii. Heroditus mentions the battle in Megiddo, in which Necho, king of Egypt, overcame the Jews (which history is in 2 Chr. 35:22; Zec. 12:1), in the foresaid second book in these words: “And Necho encountered the Syrians (for Heroditus
3. And the same name is in Berosus’s Babylonics, as Josephus testifies in his ancient history, book x. chap. 3. Herodotus mentions the battle In Mageddo, in which Nechao king of Egypt overcame the Jews, (which history is in 2 Chron. xxxv. 22. Zech. xii.
4. 1. That is, “our tongues,” in a known language, not the Babylonics, histrionics and theatrics of confused tongues that Pentecostal Babylonians babble about. Yeah, press on others. If the English Reformation did nothing else, it surely advanced informed use of the English tongue for worship, not the Latin.
5. I miss some datas about their origins about Sumer or more later about babylonics, and talking about the hebrew origins (about 500-1000 years later). —Preceding unsigned comment added by 200.112.11.93 01:16, 17 November 2006 (UTC) I am not sure of what you are attempting to say.
6. Definitions: Vesicle Docking, Tethering and Priming babylonics Morphological definition of docking. Docked vesicles are traditionally defined as those vesicles that appear closely apposed to the plasma membrane on electron micrographs (Figure 1A). However, when it comes to the actual criterion used to score docked vesicles, two alternatives
7. Baal, Moloch came from Babylonics, and this culture or religion never arrived to Malta. The center of this room has a circular stone altar with runnels on it, the use of which can only be guessed at. Carved in the walls of this room are many niches, the bases of which are like bunk beds. They have hollows scooped out for the heads and
8. ⇒Definition of babylonics. Tower of. Genesis 11:1-9 And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech. 2 And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there. 3 And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them throughly. And they had brick for
9. BaBYLONICS, Bahyhnka, in literary hiftory, a fragment of the ancient hiftory of the world ending at 267 years before Chrift; and compofed by Berofus or Beroffus, a prieft of Ba- bylon, about the time of Alexander. Babylonia are fometimes alio cited in ancient writers by the title of Caldaics. V. Stanl. Hift. Philof, p. 1034.

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