Parthica Babylonia
— Senatorial Province of The Roman Empire
Timeline: L'Uniona Homanus

OTL equivalent: Eastern Iraq, Western Iran
Babylonia II
Location of Parthica Babylonia
(and largest city)
New Ctesiphon (Kermanshah)
Latin (Lingua Latina)
  others Parthian (Lingua Parthicarum)

Assyrian (Lingua Assyriae)

  others Angelic Gnosticism, Roman Polytheism
Ethnic groups
  others Sumerians, Persians
Government Provincial Republic
  legislature Governor and Senate of Babylonia

A Short History of Babylonia

Babylonia, much like its neighbor Assyria, was home to civilization much older than Rome. Babylonia contained some of the oldest temples, libraries, and structures of the world. Babylonia became a Senatorial Province at around the same time as Assyria and a few of the other former Parthican Provinces. The Babylonians, also like the Assyrians, had a deep belief in their Zoroastrian religion; the oldest continuously burning fire, know as the fire of creation, was held in the city which became New Ctesiphon. Despite this some pockets of Angelic Gnosticism and the Roman Religion were tolerated.

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