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Chaldean National Flag

Chaldean Nation flag

The Word Chaldean comprises the native people of ancient Mesopotamia who are nationally Babylonian religiously Christian (Syriac or Surayeh)/ethnically Chaldean.

The CHALDEAN Flag in 1985:

The two blue vertical lines (1987 versions and on) represent the eternal rivers Tigris and Euphrates which spring from the north and flow into the south of the Mesopotamian Land (The Chaldean Gulf/Tam-Ti-Sha-Mat-Kaldi) in the ancient Kaldee Babylonian language.

The sun (Eightfold Star) represents the Babylonians' symbol of Law and Justice, the two internal circles Yellow (Sun), Blue (Moon) representing the Chaldeans Babylonians' cultural contributions to the human history especially in Astronomy and Math. The eightfold sun is designed in the Mesopotamian Chaldean style, which goes back to 4100 BC proto-Chaldean's pictograph symbols.


To get the Chaldean flag in many sizes, forms and makes, kindly visit the Chaldean Gift Shop, which is located in Ferndale, or simply visit the main page (Flag4Us) at:

www.bostudio4arts.com

The CHALDEAN NATIONAL EMBLEM 1997:

The sun (Eightfold Star) refers to the aforementioned definitions of the Flag. The Spouting Vase (The Life Spring) of the Emblem is a Mesopotamian Proto-Chaldean's symbol that refers to fertility, renewal, and growth. So here the vessel stands for the Land of the two rivers, whereas the two right and left currents represent the Tigris and the Euphrates.

CHALDEAN FLAG & EMBLEM, Their Purpose:

Using the flag and the emblem in the national festivities, political events, along with all ethnic occasions and celebrations, also for acknowledging the cultural contributions of our Chaldean Babylonian people.

THE FLAG DAY: MAY 17th

To honor Nebuchadnezzar’s father the Chaldean king Nabopolassar (Nabu-apla-usur) who liberated Babylonia on Ayar 17, 4674K. (May 17 , 626 B.C.) and assumed throne of the greatest capital of the ancient world on Tishreen II / Nov. 23, 626 B.C.