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  • .../}}</ref> and later [[Turkic peoples]], and the indigenous population retaining native Mesopotamian culture, ide ...anca in the later phase of the Neo- Chaldean Empire, displacing the [[East Semitic]] [[Akkadian language|Chaldean dialect of Akkadian]]. Aramaic was the langu
    66 KB (9,241 words) - 22:41, 3 August 2015
  • ...eded|date=April 2015}}) refers to the estimated population of [[indigenous peoples|indigenous]] ''ethnic'' [[Chaldean people|Chaldeans]] who share a common la They are a [[Semitic people|Semitic]] [[Christian]] people, with most being members of the [[Chaldean Church of
    35 KB (4,569 words) - 11:35, 20 July 2015
  • ...permanently settled between c. 5500 and 4000 BC by a non-[[Semitic peoples|Semitic]] people who spoke the [[Sumerian language]] (pointing to the names of citi ...s, that the Sumerian language was originally that of the hunter and fisher peoples, who lived in the marshland and the [[Eastern Arabia|Eastern Arabia littora
    61 KB (9,139 words) - 05:52, 14 May 2015
  • ...tive language|agglutinative]] [[language isolate]]. Along with Sumerian, [[Semitic languages]] were also spoken in early Mesopotamia. [[Subartu]]an<ref>Finkel ...h 2005) ISBN 978-0-8264-1628-5 p. 75</ref> and for the [[Semitic languages|Semitic]] Babylonians, this involved knowledge of the extinct Sumerian language, an
    57 KB (8,571 words) - 10:44, 16 July 2015
  • ...ˈ|l|oʊ|n|i|ə}}) is an ancient [[Akkadian language|Akkadian]]-speaking [[Semitic]] [[state (polity)|state]] and [[cultural region]] based in central-souther ...assite]] successors not being native Akkadians, and speaking a [[Northwest Semitic]] [[Canaanite language|Canaanite]] language and a [[Language Isolate]] resp
    81 KB (12,115 words) - 06:54, 21 June 2015