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    Pastoral Amorites Traversed Where Now is Iraqi Desert to Babylon During Ice Age When Rain Aplenty

    Looking at the vast desert east from the Holy Land to Babylon, across parched western Iraq, it’s impossible to see how the pastoral Amorites (progeny of Canaan) could have migrated with their flocks across that desert to establish the Amorite dynasty which culminated with Hammurabi’s dominant reign at Babylon circa 1750 b. c., but when you consider that was during the Ice Age when artesian streams flowed from highlands and shallow lakes maintained by four times the rainfall as today, the Amorites across several hundred miles of what today is stark desert is reasoned.

     

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