Divorced, beheaded, survived.
The fate of Henry VIII's wives.
Only one of them kept their lives.
How would that even work? When Filon and others made their lists of the wonders, instead of using one from the dozens of other great buildings, they just made one up? And nobody noticed or complained? Acient greeks regularly traded with Babylon, wouldn't they have said something? Or when Alexander the Great and his army of 50000 soldiers conquered Babylon, wouldn't at least one of them noticed that the most famous building that is supposed to be there is missing?