Who did the babylonians conquer?

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That Was the ancient country of Mesopotamia, known originally as Sumer and later as Sumer and Akkad. Babylonia is the Greek name of what the inhabitants knew as Mât Akkadî, the fertile alluvial plain between the Euphrates and Tigris. This was the heartland of the Babylonian Empire, which dominated the ancient Near East. There are also in the land of the Babylonians waterless and infertile regions near Arabia, while lying opposite Arabia there are hilly and fertile areas.
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Why were the Babylonians able to conquer the Hebrews?

Religious Reason According to the Hebrew Bible, the conquering took place because too many of the Israelites permitted themselves to become lax about the Torah, and to stray
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Did the Assyrians conquer Babylon or Babylonian?

No, both empires existed at the same time however the BabylonianEmpire outlasted the Assyrian Empire. Finally the Persian Empire conquered the Babylonian Empire, thenAlexander