Sin Pa-pí-lûn Tè-kok

(Tùi Sin Babylon Tè-kok choán--lâi)

Sin Pa-pí-lûn Tè-kok (Eng-gí: Neo-Babylonian Empire) sī kīn-tāi ha̍k-chiá ê iōng-gí, chí Pa-pí-lûn tùi kok-ông Nabopolassar (Ch. 626–605 nî chāi-ūi) khai-sí ê chi̍t hē ông-tiâu só͘ thóng-tī ê sî-tāi. Sui-bóng chûn-chāi ê sî-kan tī Mesopotamia sǹg sī khah té-chām--ê, in sī chi̍t tōaⁿ sin siâⁿ-chhī, kiōng-tiān, biō-sī, kiô-niû téng siat-si tōa-liōng sán-seng ê sî-chūn, mā sī kì-lio̍k te̍k-pia̍t chheng-chhó ê sî-kî.[1]

Sin Pa-pí-lûn ông-tiâuSiu-kái

Chham-chiàuSiu-kái

  1. Don Nardo (2007). "Neo-Babylonian Empire". The Greenhaven Encyclopedia of Ancient Mesopotamia. Greenhaven Press. ISBN 978-0-7377-3441-6.