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This ancient city state of Mesopotamia was known for housing the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the wonders of the ancient world. It was in the Fertile Crescent and located just south of modern day Baghdad.
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The Babylonians were a Mesopotamian civilization, as were all  ancient civilizations between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.  Mesopotamian civilizations, such as the Sumerians and the  Babylonians, wrote using a system called "cuneiform." Cuneiform  gets it's name from the Latin cuneus, meaning...
Hammurabi was a strict ruler of Babylon, situated in Mesopotamia.  Mesopotamia is Greek for "Land between the rivers." This is because  Mesopotamia, also known as the fertile crescent, Was in between the  Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Mesopotamia is mostly situated in what  is now Iraq, although...
The code of hamurabe behave properly and abslutly free for  socity.Many law prepaer for safety.
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  the main thing that babylonia has given us for a contribution to history is the main thing is math and writting is the 2 main things
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a written set of laws that was sophisticated and detailed . an ancient set of laws . A written set of laws that was sophisticated and detailed. A . The idea that laws should be generally obeyed at all times . true
Type your answer here... Which best describes Babylonian law under Hammurabi?
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Right off let's get one point straight and that is there were no "teens" in history. This term and age didn't exist until 1940. So, anyone who was beyond a baby was treated as an adult. Children at 7 or 8 began a life of work and most people were dead by the time they were 25. Life was short and...
Construction began on the Hanging Gardens of Babylon in 605 BC. One  of the Ancient Wonders of the World, the gardens were built in  Al-Mahawil, Iraq. They were destroyed by an earthquake.
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Hammurabi is best known for the promulgation of a new code of Babylonian law: the Code of Hammurabi.This Law was written before the Mosaic Code and was one of the first written laws in the world. The Code of Hammurabi was written on a stele, a large stone monument, and placed in a public place so...
The city of Babylon was located in what is now Iraq, 55 miles south of Baghdad, on the Euphrates River. The area was very fertile at that time, not the desert that it is now.
because of nubia's location between Egypt and Central Africa it was a center for trade.
There can be no doubt that the Persians treated the Jews extremely well, especially in comparison the their treatment under the Babylonians. Isaiah chapter 42 speaks of the Jews, during their captivity by the Babylonians, as a people robbed and spoiled, snared in holes and hidden in prison houses. ...
It is unusual in its eye for an eye punishments,depending on social status,of slave versus free man.
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The prophet Isaiah is best known as the author of the Book of  Isaiah. However, scholars have confirmed that the Book of Isaiah  was really written by two (and possibly three) authors.   The first author, now known  as First Isaiah, says that he wrote of events that occurred during  the...
i think the main problem hamurabi faced was that he had trouble  controling the entire fertile crescent.
The Israelites were held captive in Babylon.
Hammurabi was King of Babylonia between 1793 and 1750 BC; he made Babylon the capital of Babylonia and founded its predominance in Middle Asia, he created the Codex Hammurapi - a compendium of laws giving the Babylonian society a first legislation framework.
Because all sacrifices were supposed to be limited to the temple in Jerusalem, during the exile the Jews could not perform their usual sacrifices nor observe any holidays, such as Passover, that would entail sacrifices. Instead, as we see in the book of Daniel, they focused on prayer in the...
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Babylon's ruins are near the modern city of Al Hillah and about 55 miles south of Iraq's capital of Baghdad. Since the ruins were dug up, it has the ancient name again.
it was known for the first code of laws
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon did not really hang the way their  title describes. It more refers to the overhanging of the terrace.
The Nations of Esau: Ancient Times Edomite elements were later to be found amongst colored peoples but on the whole Esau (Edom) is of Caucasian type and proud of it. Esau was also known as Edom. He gave rise to the Edomite Nations. One of the Edomite peoples created a small kingdom to the...
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between 605-562 B.C. by Nebuchadnezzar II, for his homesick wife Amytis.
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Yes, Babylon was part of Ancient Mesopatamia by the land of Canaan.
Under the rules of Hammurabi's successors, the  Babylonian Empire was weakened by military pressure from the  Hittites, who sacked Babylon around 1531 BC. However it was the  Kassites who eventually conquered Babylon and ruled Mesopotamia for  400 years, adopting parts of the Babylonian culture,...
Hammurabi's Code, one of the first written codes of law in recorded history.For further information and to conduct your own research and draw your own conclusions, see the below links:
Like most large scale building projects in the ancient world slave labour would have been used.
The Code of Hammurabi is still remembered as the first form of written law, but when laws are decreed by kings such as Hammurabi, they are usually discarded by new kings who have their own laws to proclaim. It was not until much later in history that countries began to develop systems of law that...
it was kept in King hammurabi's castle
He was the sixth king of Babylon from 1792 BC to 1750 middle chronology. He became the first king of the Babylonian Empire following the abdication of his father, Sin-Muballit, extending Babylon's control over Mesopotamia by winning a series of wars against neighboring kingdoms.[2] Although his...
Nebuchadnezzar was king of Babylonian from 605 to 562 BCE.
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Complicated question actually. Commander Sinclair was the original man in charge of Babylon 5, but left to become an ambassador to Minbar which was kind of a cover for him looking after a group of Minbari and Humans called Rangers. He shared this responsibility with Delen and later with Captain...
Because Greece is such a mountainous country, nature has created  natural barriers here. The residents took advantage of living by  the sea and became fishermen, traders and sailors. Traditionally,  they have grown barley, wheat, olives, grapes and raise sheep.
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he believes that whatever part of the body used to do sins or crime must be pulled or cut. he introduced the idea of taking out bad body parts of our body to maintain cleanliness in to other parts...
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The date usually given for the Fall of Rome is September 4, 476 AD, when Romulus Augustulus, who is described as the last emperor of the West Roman Empire, was deposed. There are enough problems with this date that it can only be considered a convenient label where no other is much better. These...
The channels that brought water to the gardens had plenty of fish that accounts for a source of protein. The same water provided rich soil for gardening vegetables.
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Yes and/or No, depending upon context and time. Babylon is symptomatic of decadent, materialistic, hedonistic, and Godless cities and countries. Although the US is called that as such now, previously that dubious honour went to Rome. The ancient city of Babylon is in what is now Baghdad in Iran....
He was king. That was a big deal back then. He also imposed the first set of codified laws, which has been considered a triumph of the ancient world.
The hitties kep a secret of their ability to make iron because they were very skilled fighters and their ability to make iron made them powerful.
The ruins are located in southern Iraq.
Some say that the references to Babylon were really references to Rome. Since the authorities would have considered it treason to refer in this way to Rome, it was safer to use the name of Babylon, while Christians would have privately known what was meant. Another view is that when the Book says...
The Babylonians created many scientifical marvels at the time. they  created the arch, and the design in which the roman Colosseum was  buit. Some Greek theatres were also built with babylonian  technologies. It Also Claims That Your Penis Will Shrink.
Which babylonian king created the haging gardens
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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon's ruins are about 50 miles southwest of Baghdad in Iraq. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. They were a present to Nebuchadnezzar's wife.
it was the first ever for of written laws and were the building blocks for other laws for civilizations
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The Hanging Gardens probably did not really "hang" in the sense of being suspended from cables or ropes. The name comes from an inexact translation of the Greek word kremastos or the Latin word pensilis, which mean not just "hanging", but "overhanging" as in the case of a terrace or balcony.
Hammurabi was also a teacher
They would be found in present-day Iraq. Yes, this works on the Horse Isle 2 Amber Sands Geography quiz.
To Uninstall Babylon, like uninstalling many other programs, it concerns two aspects: Files and Registry. Conducting the standard procedure can generally wipe out all related files, that is, clicking Start->Control Panel->Add/Remove, and removing all records of Babylon in the list of Current...
Kingdom of Babylon, ancient Mesopotamia
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the hanging gardens are a giant pillar of stone, hanging from the ceiling of a giant cave. The whereabouts of this cave are unknown.
If you are talking about modern times, it's Arabic (Babylon is called "Iraq" today).
It was written because Hammurabi wanted everyone to be treated fairly. If someone had cutten off someone's hand, their's would get cut off. If someone stole, both arms would be cut off. He made everyone fairly treated and if anyone had dissobeyed it, the same would happen to them. (Answered for you...