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King Hammurabi of Babylonia - Biographical Profile
The stele may not actually contain so much laws, per se, as judgments made by Hammurabi. By recording the judgments he made, the stele would have served ...
About the Code of Hammurabi - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The Code of Hammurabi is one of the earliest known law codes and was probably compiled at the start of the reign of the Babylonian king Hammurabi ...
Hammurabi - King Hammurabi Babylonian Law-giver
Information on the Babylonian king Hammurabi who is well-known for his legal decisions, which are recorded in the earliest well-known, written legal code, ...
Code of Hammurabi - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Definition: The Code of Hammurabi is an ancient set of 282 laws which has been dated by scholars to some time between 2100 and 1800 BCE, making it one of ...
Introduction to Babylonia and the Law Code of Hammurabi
The Babylonian king (1728-1686 B.C.) Hammurabi codified the laws in which (as distinct from the Sumerian) the state could prosecute on its own behalf.
Profile of Hammurabi Video
Hammurabi was the King of Ancient Babylon and is know for the Code of Hammurabi. Learn more about Hammurabi's influence in history and on future ...
Picture of the Hammurabi Code Room at the Louvre in ... - Paris Travel
The Hammurabi Code is a series of tablets dating to the 12th century B.C. and inscribed with laws established under the reign of the Babylonian king ...
Most Important People to Know About in Ancient History
Hammurabi (r.1792-1750?) was an important Babylonian king known for the Code of Hammurabi. It is generally referred to as an early law code, although it's ...
Ancient Law-Givers - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
There were earlier law documents than the Code of Hammurabi (e.g. Codex Eshnunna), but the stele with the laws inscribed is well preserved and extensive.
Babylonian Cities - Cities of Ancient Babylonia under Hammurabi
Agade (Akkad): exact location between the Tigris and Euphrates is not known. They spoke Akkadian. Babylon; Eridu (Eridug/Urudug): 30.81584N 45.99607E ...