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Seymour, M. (2008). The Hanging Gardens and Walls of Babylon in art and culture. In I. L. Finkel & M. Seymour (Eds.), Babylon: Myth and Reality. (pp. 118–123). London: British Museum.
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Finkel, I. L., & Seymour, M. (2008). The Genesis account. In I. L. Finkel & M. Seymour (Eds.), Babylon: Myth and Reality. (pp. 130–131). London: British Museum.
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Finkel, I. L. (2008). Belshazzar’s Feast and the Fall of Babylon. Cuneiform and biblical evidence. In I. L. Finkel & M. Seymour (Eds.), Babylon: Myth and Reality. (pp. 170–172). London: British Museum.
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