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Chaldean (or Kaldani or Kaldean) may refer to:
- Chaldea ("the Chaldees"), designation for a part of southeast Mesopotamia between the 9th and 6th centuries BC ruled by the Aramaean tribes known as known collectively as the Kaldu- the biblical Chaldeans
- Neo-Babylonian Empire
- Ancient Mesopotamian religion
- Chaldean Oracles, played a role in the start of the Christian church 1st centuries BC and AD.
- Historical Babylon, particularly from a later Greek and Jewish perspective
- Chaldean Neo-Aramaic, a Neo-Aramaic dialect closely related to Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, originating from Syriac spoken in northern Iraq
- "Chaldean script", sometimes used (erroneously) to refer to the Syriac alphabet
- Religion and Churches
- Chaldean Rite, an East Syrian Rite
- Chaldean Christians, ethnic-Assyrian adherents of the Chaldean Catholic Church
- Chaldean Catholic Church, Eastern Rite Catholic 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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