Babylonian Empire (jan 1, 632 BC – oct 5, 539 BC)
In 632 the city of Babylon ovethrew the Assyrian Empire, taking it's place.
On 5th October 539 BCE, Persian King Cyrus the Great and his military force stormed Babylon, marched through open gates, and killed King Belshazzar, ending the Babylonian Empire. Although Babylon was now under Persian rule, very little changed in the city for the day-to-day lives of the people. No looting was allowed and Cyrus placed a Mede governor in charge.
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