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Sip·par

 (sĭ-pär′)
An ancient city of northern Babylonia on the Euphrates River south-southwest of present-day Baghdad. In early times it was a religious center devoted to the worship of the sun god Shamash.

Sip•par

(sɪˈpɑr)

n.
an ancient Babylonian city on the Euphrates, in SE Iraq.
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segun han revelado las exploraciones arqueologicas de Mesopotamia, principalmente en Larsa, Uruk, Ur, Sippara, Cala y Ninive, de cuyas ruinas se han extraido, por millares, los famosas tabletas cubiertas de inscripciones que actualmente atesora en su gran mayoria el Museo Britanico.