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Chaldean (or Chaldian) may refer to:
- Chaldea ("the Chaldees"), Hellenistic designation for a part of Babylon
- Chaldean Dynasty, the 11th dynasty of Babylon (6th century BCE)
- Chaldean mythology, generalized term used to refer to all the mythologies of ancient Sumer, Akkad, Assyria and Babylon (Mesopotamian religions)
- Chaldean Oracles, played a role in Hellenistic mystery religions of the 1st centuries BCE and CE.
- Historical Babylon, particularly in a Hellenistic context
- Chaldean Neo-Aramaic, a Northeastern Neo-Aramaic dialect spoken in Iraq, and the Chaldean communities worldwide, most speakers being ethnic Assyrian Chaldean Catholics
- "Chaldean script", sometimes used to refer to the Syriac alphabet
- Religion and Churches
- Chaldean Rite, an East Syrian Rite
- Chaldean Catholic Church, Assyrian Eastern Syriac church in full communion with the Catholic Church
- Chaldean Syrian Church, title used for the Assyrian Church of the East in India
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