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# The Babylonian exile

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The Babylonian exile in the Bible refers to the deportation and exile of the people of the Kingdom of Judah by the Babylonian Empire, which occurred after the Babylonians conquered the kingdom and destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem. The exiled Judahites, also known as Jews, were held in captivity in Babylon for a period of time. During this time, several notable figures from the Bible, such as Daniel and Ezekiel, lived in exile and had important roles in the Babylonian court. The Persian Empire later conquered the Babylonians and allowed the exiled Jews to return to their homeland, as depicted in the book of Esther. You can learn more about this event by trying to find these words in the word search above.

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