Babylonian captivity



the period of the exile of the Jews in Babylonia, 597–538 b.c.
the exile of the popes at Avignon, 1309–77.
noun
the exile of the Jews in Babylonia from about 586 to about 538 bc
the exile of the seven popes in Avignon (1309–77)
noun

the period of during which the Jews were exiled by Nebuchadrezzar to Babylonia in the 6th century BC

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