Nebuchadnezzar II, second and greatest king of the Chaldean dynasty of Babylonia (reigned c. He was known for his military might, the splendor of his capital, Babylon, and his important part in Jewish history. Learn more about his life and accomplishments in this article. Babylon (Nebuchadnezzar II) DLC Cradle of Civilization - Mediterranean DLC Cradle of Civilization - Asia DLC Cradle of Civilization - Americas DLC Cradle of Civilization - Mesopotamia DLC Spain and Inca Civilization and Scenario Pack Polynesia Civilization and Scenario Pack Denmark - The Vikings Civilization and Scenario Pack Explorer's Map Pack. In Civilization V, players strive to become Ruler of the World by establishing and leading a civilization from the dawn of man into the space age, waging war, conducting diplomacy, discovering new technologies, going head-to-head with some of history's greatest leaders, and building the most powerful empire the world has ever known. He also created the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. He employed foreign workers for much of the hard labor, which as an additional benefit dramatically increased the city's population. Nebuchadnezzar died in 561 BC. For more on Nebuchadnezzar II, see his Civilopedia entry.
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Terrain and Climate
The Old Babylonian Empire
Record-Keeping and Mathematics
Despite numerous regime changes, education reached exceptional heights among the Babylonians. Technical achievements such as the creation of a base 60, 'sexigesimal,' system of mathematics, are still used to this day. Sixty seconds per minute, sixty minutes per hour: modern time, is in fact, Babylonian time.
Intermittent Chaos, with Chance of Massacre
In 1234 the Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I temporarily conquered the city but the Kassites eventually reasserted independence, just in time for the Elamites to sack the city in 1158. Then the Babylonians regained control of their city (possibly because the Elamites had stolen everything that any invader might want). By 1124 the Babylonian Nebuchadnezzar I sacked the Elamite city of Susa in revenge for their earlier attack on Babylon. But by 1000 BC, Babylon was once again under pressure from a resurgent Assyria. Babylon remained more or less under Assyrian domination until 627 BC.
The Neo-Babylonian Empire
Nebuchadnezzar was deeply invested in the city of Babylon. During his reign it enjoyed something of a renaissance. Nebuchadnezzar engaged in a variety of city revitalization projects, rebuilding ancient temples and buildings, constructing extensive fortifications, and so forth. He also created the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. He employed foreign workers for much of the hard labor, which as an additional benefit dramatically increased the city's population. Nebuchadnezzar died in 561 BC. For more on Nebuchadnezzar II, see his Civilopedia entry.
The Fall of Babylon
Nebuchadnezzar In History
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The famed walls of Babylon were at one time also considered amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. The Ancient Greek historian Herodotus recorded that these walls surrounding the city were over 300 feet high, 80 feet thick, and 56 miles long, although his account is dubious in the eyes of modern archaeologists.