See the translation here.
The Zohar lists 3 exiles:
- Galut Mitzraim
- Galut Shoftim
- The "Current" Galut, which started at the time of the cessation of the Tamid.
- Why is the time of the Shoftim listed as being Exile?
- Why is Galut Bavel not listed separately from Galut Edom?
Alternatively, let's consider the following:
- The time of the Shoftim (2489-2929) was a time of Katnut, which is the same basic idea of Galut Bavel and Galut Edom. Therefore this time can be referred to as Galut.
- The time of the cessation of the Tamid does in fact refer to the end of Bayit Rishon (3157 or 3321, depending on how we count), as I have written before, and that signals the beginning even of our Galut (though there was a cessation of Galut at the time of Bayit Sheini). For there is a major defect of Galut Bavel that has still not been fixed: The majority of Am Yisrael has not lived in Eretz Yisrael since the generation that saw the cessation of the Tamid.