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  Chaldea in Jewish History
Whoever there is among you of all his people, may the Lord his God be with him and let him go up (to Jerusalem).” In other words, Cyrus permitted the Jews to go back to Jerusalem, where they built the second Temple, to be destroyed by the Romans in 70.
The language spoken in Chaldea was related to Hebrew or did not differ from Hebrew in the earliest days.
Stick that to the hate mongers at the so-called United Nations, whose crazed hatred of America is only exceeded by their hate of Israel and God.
www.jbuff.com /c041603.htm   (771 words)

  
 Darkfall Online :: World Lore :: The Lost Civilization of Chaldea
As the wealth and fame of Chaldea grew, many tribes and settlements joined the empire voluntarily, in order to partake of its wealth and technology.
Before their subjugation, these races launched countless raids into Chaldea, proving themselves to be dangerous neighbors, and provoking the wrath of the empire.
The alfar were also warlike and fond of staging bloody raids, and eventually Ashur decided to move against the children of the rebel god.
www.darkfallonline.com /world_lore/lost_civilization.html   (500 words)

  
 Pope Pius IX  16 November 1872  The Church in Chaldea
When the order of ecclesiastical discipline, which is the guardian of faith, had been restored, We hoped that this revival might come about through the work of Joseph Audo who was then the bishop of Amida.
Moved by this hope, We named him as apostolic vicar of the patriarchate of Chaldea when it became vacant through the resignation of Isaide Yakob.
We rejoiced when later We learned that this same man was requested for the patriarchal dignity by the votes of the bishops.
www.ewtn.com /library/ENCYC/P9QUAEIN.HTM   (1972 words)

  
 Ancient Whispers From Chaldea by Arthyr W. Chadbourne of Intelligenesis Pub.
Ancient Whispers From Chaldea by Arthyr W. Chadbourne of Intelligenesis Pub.
A book for every astrologer who is interested in the techniques that made the Chaldean culture the masters of the heavenly oracle.
This book reveals a wealth of new information and techniques that will revise your way of thinking about current astrological systems.
www.bookmasters.com /marktplc/00337.htm   (246 words)

  
  The Neo-Babylonian Period (Chaldea) in Iraq
Chaldea: the southern portion of Babylonia or Lower Mesopotamia lying chiefly on the right bank of the Euphrates.
Recent discoveries more especially in Babylonia have thrown much light on the history of the Hebrew patriarchs and have illustrated or confirmed the Biblical narrative in many points.
The ancestor of the Hebrew people -- Abraham -- was we are told born at Ur of the Chaldeas.....
ancientneareast.tripod.com /Chaldea_Neo_Babylonia.html   (210 words)

  
  JewishEncyclopedia.com - CHALDEA:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
But the name was extended by the Biblical writers to include the whole of Babylonia, after the Chaldean Nebuchadnezzar had established the new Babylonian empire and brought his people to world-wide fame.
Chaldea as the name of a country is used in two different senses.
It is impossible to define narrowly the boundaries of this early land of Chaldea, and one may only locate it generally in the low, marshy, alluvial land about the estuaries of the Tigris and Euphrates, which then discharged their waters through separate mouths into the sea.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=336&letter=C&search=chaldea   (880 words)

  
 Chaldea
Chaldea proper was the southern part of Babylonia, and is used, in Scripture, to signify that vast alluvial plain which has been formed by the deposits of the Euphrates and the Tigris.
Chaldea is said to be the only country in the world where wheat grows wild.
Sargon of Assyria excludes Bît-Amukkani and Bît-Dakkuri, and speaks of “the whole of the land of Chaldea, as much as there is; the land of Bît-Yākîni, on the shore of the Salt River (the Persian Gulf), to the border of Tilmun” (the island of Bahrein and the adjacent mainland) (Pavement Inscr., IV, ll.
holycall.com /biblemaps/chaldea.htm   (2143 words)

  
 Bible Study - Chaldea
Chaldea was an ancient term for the southern region of Babylonia, or lower Mesopotamia, mainly along the Euphrates River, but commonly used for the whole of the Mesopotamian plain, corresponding today with southern and central Iraq.
Chaldea was the center of power for the Babylonian Empire (see Ancient Empires - Babylon), while to the north was the Assyrian Empire (see Ancient Empires - Assyria).
Abraham, the key ancestor of both Jews and Arabs through Isaac and Ishmael, was from Chaldea.
www.keyway.ca /htm2003/20030407.htm   (852 words)

  
 Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire: Chapter XI. The Strange Races of Chaldea
It shows that Chaldea was not the original Cushite country but that civilization must have sprung from a parent root where it had developed during the long ages.
Chaldea was filled with temples of vast size dedicated to Istar and Bel, the Isis and Osiris of Egypt.
The original name of Nippur was Belus, it was the capital of Chaldea during the most important part of its existence and perhaps the longest.
www.sacred-texts.com /afr/we/we14.htm   (5245 words)

  
 Red Money - Chapter VI. The Man and the Woman. (by Fergus Hume)
Chaldea, lying at length amongst the crushed and fragrant flowers, herself in her parti-colored attire scarcely distinguishable from the rainbow blossoms, was puzzled by the way in which the two reined in their obvious passions.
Chaldea’s eyes flashed, and she made a hasty sign to attract the happy omen of his saying to herself.
Chaldea gathered herself up with the spring of a tigress, and in a moment was at his elbow with her face fl with rage.
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 The Genealogy of Jesus from Abraham to David
Terah was born in 1880 in Ur of Chaldea.
Nahor was born and died in Ur of Chaldea.
Abram (Abraham) was born in 1950 in Ur of Chaldea.
www.abetterhope.com /whois/gen-3.html   (1067 words)

  
 Red Money - Chapter XIV. Miss Greeby, Detective. (by Fergus Hume)
It appeared that Chaldea, being pretty and unscrupulous, and having gained, by cunning, a wonderful influence amongst the younger members of the tribe, was insisting that she should be elected its head.
Chaldea did not pay attention to the greater part of this speech, as only one statement appealed to her.
Chaldea did not show herself, so the deposed queen was accompanied to the outskirts of the wood by the elder gypsies, mourning loudly.
www.authorama.com /red-money-14.html   (3680 words)

  
 Chaldeans - Crystalinks
Chaldea also spelled Chaldaea, Assyrian Kaldu, Babylonian Kasdu, Hebrew Kasddim (modern southern Iraq) is frequently mentioned in the Old Testament.
Location: Chaldea was a nation in the southern portion of Babylonia, Lower Mesopotamia, lying chiefly on the right bank of the Euphrates, but commonly used to refer to the whole of the Mesopotamian plain.
The country so named is a vast plain formed by the deposits of the Euphrates and the Tigris, extending to about 400 miles along the course of these rivers, and about 100 miles in average breadth.
www.crystalinks.com /chaldeans.html   (1515 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Chaldea, "the Chaldees" of the KJV Old Testament, was a Hellenistic designation for a part of Babylonia, mainly around Sumerian Ur, which turned into an independent kingdom under the Chaldees.
Their kingdom in the southern portion of Babylonia lay chiefly on the right bank of the Euphrates.
Though the name came to be commonly used to refer to the whole of Mesopotamia, Chaldea proper was the vast plain in the south formed by the deposits of the Euphrates and the Tigris, extending to about four hundred miles along the course of these rivers, and about a hundred miles in average width.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Chaldea   (333 words)

  
 Chaldean Astrology History Indian Western Chaldean Numerical Benefits Homam Puja Vedams and God Chinese Astrology ...
Earlier references to Chaldea are not known but the territory seems to have been settled by semi-nomads from Arabia, who occupied Ur, “of the Chaldeans”; and the neighboring territories.
The first known reference to the name Chaldea, is found in the annals of Ashirnasirpal II, king of Assyria (884 to 859 BC).
The land of Chaldea is located south of early Babylonia and borders the head of the Persian Gulf between the Arabian Desert and the delta of the Euphrates.
www.astroandvastu.com /chaldean/index.php   (1150 words)

  
 Marriage Stela of Ramses II and its Chronological Ramifications
The fact is that the chief of Chaldea was not the looser in the conflict many years earlier, but Ramses II was.
They were mingled with foot and horse of Chaldea; they were warriors as well as regulars; they ate and they drank [not] fighting face to face....
The children of the great chiefs of the land of Chaldea came bearing themselves, from the boundaries of the lands of King Ramses, given life.
www.specialtyinterests.net /marriage.html   (2983 words)

  
 Thy Kingdom Come Book Sales - Chaldea - New Babylonia
In 612 B.C., the New Babylonian Empire was founded and ruled by a Chaldean king.
Chaldea also spelled Chaldaea, Assyrian Kaldu, Babylonian Kasdu, Hebrew Kasddim is the land in southern Babylonia (modern southern Iraq) frequently mentioned in the Old Testament.
For almost two and a half centuries, Mesopotamia and Babylon at its center, dominated the landscape of early civilization in the Middle East to be finally eclipsed by the rising sun of the Indo-European cultures to the north and to the west.
www.ourchurch.com /view/?pageID=30003   (992 words)

  
 Travels of Sir John Mandeville
In that kingdom of Chaldea, in a city that is clept Ur, dwelled Terah, Abraham's father.
Beside the land of Chaldea is the land of Amazonia, that is the land of Feminye.
And from that other coast of Chaldea, toward the south, is Ethiopia, a great country that stretcheth to the end of Egypt.
www.romanization.com /books/mandeville/chap17.html   (2375 words)

  
 BibleGen3 - pafg17 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Nahor, King of Ur & Agade [Parents] was born in 2151 BC in Ur, Chaldea.
Terah, "Patriarch" King of Agade was born in 2122 BC.
Serug, King of Ur & Agade [Parents] was born in 2181 BC in in Ur, Chaldea.
home.comcast.net /~r.engle/pafg17.htm   (348 words)

  
 Dungeons & Dragons
Chaldea was also home to numerous house rules and unique races, classes, and magical items.
In order to ease into that process at a controlled rate, and also for a change of pace, the current generation of PCs I'm DMing are on a new plane within Chaldea, which the dragons call Ilboria.
This random NPC generator is similar to one I use in my Chaldea campaign.
www.wizards.com /dnd/DnD_CGT_003.asp   (276 words)

  
 Chaldea : Bilingual-Bible.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Jeremiah 50:1 - The word that the LORD spake against Babylon and against the land of the Chaldeans by Jeremiah the prophet.
Jeremiah 50:10 - And Chaldea shall be a spoil: all that spoil her shall be satisfied, saith the LORD.
Jeremiah 50:25 - The LORD hath opened his armoury, and hath brought forth the weapons of his indignation: for this is the work of the Lord GOD of hosts in the land of the Chaldeans.
www.bilingual-bible.com /names/bible-names-c/Chaldea.php   (485 words)

  
 Out of Chaldea: The Secret Legacy of the Architect-Priests
Subsequently, we’ve managed to fine-tune the focus of our investigation further still and many indications (both ancient and modern) seem to suggest that the role played by Chaldea was of pivotal importance.
Of all the many kings that reigned over Chaldea or Sumer, only a handful of their names are known outside of specialist circles, or from readings of the Old Testament.
It was said that Gudia practiced the “Chaldean rite” of bull sacrifice - a practice that passed from Chaldea to Egypt, and eventually many parts of the ancient world.
www.thevesselofgod.com /outofchaldea.html   (2980 words)

  
 Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Chaldea is The Anunnaki Project's online dictionary of terms, cultures, places and characters which populate our performances.
Chaldea is a developing resource made possible by intellectual donations from students and professors within the fields of mythology, folklore and religion.
Students and scholars interested in contributing to Chaldea should contact our academic liason at chaldea@anunnaki.org.
www.anunnaki.org /library/dictionary/result.php   (101 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Chaldea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Sacred Mysteries among the Mayas and the Quiches, 11,500 Years Ago: Their Relation to the Sacred Mysteries of Egypt, Greece, Chaldea and India.
Assyria from the Rise of the Empire to the Fall of Nineveh: Continued from "Chaldea" by Z Alexena Ragozin (Paperback - Feb 6, 2002)
History of Egypt, Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia, And Assyria in the Light of Recent Discovery by L. King and H. Hall (Hardcover - Mar 30, 2006)
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Chaldea&tag=lexico&index=blended&link_code=qs&page=1   (565 words)

  
 Kasdiy - Hebrew Lexicon
Chaldea or Chaldeans = "clod-breakers" n pr loc
KJV (80) - Chaldea, 7; Chaldeans, 59; Chaldees, 14;
NAS (80) - Chaldea, 7; Chaldeans, 71; Chaldeans', 1; Chaldees, 1;
www.studylight.org /lex/heb/view.cgi?number=03778   (150 words)

  
 UrofChaldeesurfaurie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
He also understands that AS CHALDEANS THEY WORSHIPPED MANY GODS, but while IN CHALDEA they came to be aware that there was only ONE GOD, and they were driven from Chaldea (Babylonia) by their CHALDEAN KINSMEN for refusing to worship any longer the ancestral gods.
The city did not become a part of Chaldea until the 8th-6th centuries BCE, when Chaldean tribes who inhabited the marshlands south of Babylonia and extending to Elam, seized the area and ruled it under a "Chaldean dynasty".
Thus the 2nd century BCE Hasmonean savant is applying the term Chaldean to Abraham from a "late" Jewish geographical convention which equated Babylonia with Chaldea and Babylonians with Chaldeans since the 8th-6th centuries BCE.
www.bibleorigins.net /UrofChaldeesurfaurie.html   (3973 words)

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