SAOC 24. Babylonian Chronology, 626 B.C. – A.D. 45 Richard A. Parker and Waldo H. Dubberstein

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This study aims at providing a brief, but complete and thorough, presentation of the data bearing upon the chronological problems of the Neo-Babylonian, Achaemenid Persian, and Seleucid periods, together with tables for the easy translation of dates from the Babylonian calendar into the Julian. Recent additions to our knowledge of intercalary months in the Neo-Babylonian and Persian periods have enabled us to improve upon the results of our predecessors in this field, though our great debt to F. X. Kugler and D. Sidersky for providing the background of our work is obvious. While our tables are intended primarily for historians, both classical and oriental, biblical students also should find them useful, as any biblical date of this period given in the Babylonian calendar can be translated by our tables. [From SAOC 24, "Preface," p. vii, by Parker and Dubberstein]

  • Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 24
  • Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1942
  • Pp. xiii + 46; 1 plate; 18 tables
  • Out of Print