This generator will produce 15 Babylonian random names. The names in this generator may date from 2800 BC to 200 BC. The actual names in this generator are used in Babylon, an ancient civilization of Central-Southern Mesopotamia, now roughly Iraq. Many of the male names were kings' names, and as they are very long, you can typically tell them apart from common names. Sadly, more male names are available than female names, but this is typically the way it goes through history.
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One of the most ancient civilizations on earth is the Babylonian empire, which was founded around 2100 BC. The people of that region contributed so much to many major advancements and discoveries in science and technology. Some cultures flourished in Mesopotamia for hundreds of years, including the Babylonians, the Assyrians and the Sumerians. For years, historians have debated exactly how long the Babylonians were in existence but there is no doubt that they were one of the oldest civilizations known at the time. It is not surprising then that the Babylonian people became so highly respected in their day.
In comparison, the Sumerian civilization of those days was far less developed. At the same time, they did not have the technology of the Babylonians or the wealth of the Sumerians. The Sumerian civilization is thought to have developed around 2100 BC but some believe that they actually developed earlier. This is possible as it has been determined that the Sumerians were influenced by the Anunnaki who were ancient beings from the Babylonian empire. It is also believed that the Anunnaki created the world as we know it. Some of the early Sumerian civilizations were destroyed and were never fully reconstructed.
As mentioned, these two ancient civilizations left significant influences on the ancient civilizations of today. While a number of the same influences can be found in Mesopotamia and Mesopotamian civilization, the differences are more in the areas in which they were located and the methods by which they were implemented. The similarities however are striking enough to prove that the civilizations were both inspired by the same gods. Regardless, of which particular era of history you choose, the Mesopotamian culture is well worth learning about.