1. Chaldea: Chaldea was an ancient civilization in the southern part of Babylonia (modern southern Iraq), primarily in the late 1st millennium BC. This region was known for its advancements in astronomy and astrology.
  2. Gods of Chaldea: The deities worshiped in Chaldea were typically those of the broader Mesopotamian pantheon. This includes gods like Marduk, who was the chief deity of Babylon, Ishtar (goddess of fertility and war), and Sin (the moon god), among others. These gods are part of a polytheistic religion and are depicted in myths and legends that are often symbolic and allegorical.