Babylon will reign late in the Fig Tree Generation, from the seven ancient mountains or hills. Mountain/or’os can be translated as a mountain(s) or hill rising from a plain.
The ancient cities Rome and Constantinople emerge as the most plausible suspects for end-time Babylon city. Both are religious centers for a major religion, both were capitols within the east and west divisions of the former Roman empire, and both have seven ancient hills. Constantinople is the home to the Temple of Sophia, the gnostic Queen of Heaven. Rome, though, was acknowledged as the senior and original Roman capital where their beast emperors reigned from. Rome hosts the Pantheon, the temple of all gods. No other ancient seven-hilled city possesses the mythos of Rome, or its equally renowned seven hills mythos.
Archaeological excavations indicate Etruscan habitations from before the eighth century BC were established at Palatine Hill, in the Alban hills near the Tiber River, which the ancients called the Rumo. Some time later the Sabines and Latins settled on the Quirinal and Esquiline hills. Between the Palatine and Quirinal hills rose Capitoline Hill, the ancient home of a sacred grove of trees where ancients worshipped the god Jupiter in his famous temple. The Latin, Sabine, and Etruscan settlements on three hills merged sometime before 509 BC. In the reigns of the seven renowned kings, the city expanded to encompass all seven hills; thereafter known as the Septimontium, which Romulus and Remus originally established in 753 BC: Palatine, Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Quirinal, and Viminal. After the fourth century BC, walls were built around the Septimontium to create the nucleus for Rome city. Thereafter the Septimontium Festival celebrated the enclosing of the wall of Rome around the famous seven hills.
The worship of Jupiter and his temple on Capitoline Hill (Templu 76m Jovis Capitolini)dates to the Aboriginal settlements, likely to just after the flood by giants, and perhaps before the flood.