In what year did the Persians take Babylon?

The Persians took Babylon in 539 BC. King Cyrus led the army. The city surrendered to the conquerors relatively easily, because many of the inhabitants of Babylon were forced to move here from their former lands, and the noble townspeople believed that King Cyrus would become the best ruler. The Persians made the city of Babylon their new capital. The Persian king established strict rules in the city. The deities that had long been taken out were returned, the Jerusalem temple was restored. Babylon has become a self-governing temple city. After the capture of Babylon, the Western states submitted to the Persians.

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