====The fall of Babel====
Amraphel refused to listen to Abraham's advice so he became subject to Elam while his kinsmen such as Abimelek , who had believed in Abraham and rejected Nimrod and , were saved. These free Palestinians publicized their descent from [[כסלחים|Seth/Ea/Oceanus]]. Amraphel's son Eliezer of Damascus also joined Abraham. Others in the far east of Canaan along the Euphrates boarder, maintained their Babylonian identity until they were conquered first by the the Assyrians who introduced Aramaic, and then by the Chaldaeans, until liberated by [[Darius the Mede]]. Through the centuries of Assyrian domination, Babylonia enjoyed a prominent status, or revolted at the slightest indication that it did not. The Assyrians always managed to restore Babylonian loyalty, however, whether through granting of increased privileges, or military force until the Chaldaeans took control.
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The fall of Babel

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