Sippar
geographical name ancient city of Babylonia on the Euphrates SSW of modern Baghdad

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  • Sippar — y Babilonia durante la dinastía casitas, siglo XIII a. C. Sippar (Zimbir in sumerio, Sippar en asirio babilonio, es el nombre de dos ciudades cercanas de la Baja Mesopotamia situadas en la orilla oriental del río …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sippar — …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sippar — (Sumerian Zimbir bird city , modern Tell Abu Habbah, Iraq), was an ancient Sumerian and later Babylonian city on the east bank of the Euphrates, some 60 km north of Babylon.It was divided into two parts, Sippar of the Sun god and Sippar of the… …   Wikipedia

  • SIPPAR — Dès le SIPPAR IIIe millénaire, Sippar est une des grandes villes de la Mésopotamie. Le site est exploré à la fin du XIXe siècle (H. Rassam, V. Scheil), mais ce sont surtout les très nombreuses tablettes qui en proviennent, venues le plus souvent… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Sippar — 33° 03′ 32″ N 44° 15′ 08″ E / 33.05882, 44.25215 Sippar (sans doute …   Wikipédia en Français

  • SIPPAR — (modern ABU HABBAH and TELLED DER)    Babylonian city on the river Euphrates. It was excavated by Hormuzd Rassam (c. 1880), Vincent Scheil (1894), and a Belgian team from 1972 to 1973, and since 1978 by Iraqi archaeologists. The site was occupied …   Historical Dictionary of Mesopotamia

  • Sippar —    According to both Sumerian and later more general Mesopotamian mythology, one of the five special cities chosen by the gods to rule the land of Sumer following the ravages of the great flood. Located about 16 miles (26 km) south of modern… …   Ancient Mesopotamia dictioary

  • Sippar — /si pahr /, n. an ancient Babylonian city on the Euphrates, in SE Iraq. * * * Ancient city, Babylonia. It is located southwest of modern Baghdad on the Euphrates River. From the 3rd millennium BC, it was a centre of worship of the Sumerian sun… …   Universalium

  • Sippar — Sịppar,   altbabylonische Stadt, heute der Ruinenhügel Ạbu Hạbba, 45 km südwestlich von Bagdad am Euphrat; Sippar war eine der dreizehn Städte von Sumer und Hauptkultort des Sonnengottes Schamasch. Unter Hammurapi wurde hier wahrscheinlich die …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Sippar — noun An ancient Sumerian and later Babylonian city on the east bank of the Euphrates, some 60 km north of Babylon, in what is now Tell Abu Habbah, Iraq …   Wiktionary

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