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To make sure everyone had rules.. that where equal....
Code of Hammurabi , first set of written law codes
The Torah dwells on obedience where the Hammurabi codes dwells on punishment.
yes,such as china,italia,paksten,europe,india,and,madgascar have law codes like Hammurabi's. Hammurabi
The Code of Hammurabi THE CODE OF HAMMURABI
Yes, some of the codes seem unfair.
codes of law
It dates back to about 1772 BC.
The code of Hammurabi has approximately 300 articles dealing with everyday life in Babylonia.
Originally, there were 282 codes, but some of them were erased or just damaged with time.
He made laws called the "eye for an eye codes"
They were the earliest known building codes
Hammurabi was the 6th king of Babylon. He lived from about 1792 BC to about 1750 BC. His code was one the first sets of laws (Legal Codes) to be rendered into written form.
The Hammurabi code is one of the oldest law codes in history. However, it is extremely harsh. Many laws have derived from the code of hammurabi, but they are far less harsh.
no it depended on your class the rich were favored
The code of Hammurabi
Papyrus Code Code of Hammurabi Code of Cinithis Rosetta Code These are examples of ancient moral codes.
the Hammurabi codes was made for a primitive culture and modern times needs more laws.
The Code of Hammurabi was one of the first written sets of laws, or legal codes, known to history. It was enacted at the orders of Hammurabi, sixth king of Babylonia and carved into stone and various clay tablets.
No. It was one of the earliest law codes.
The purpose of slave codes was to control enslaved people and prevent them from rebelling.
Hammurabi's codes were created to keep society in order and to prevent rebellions.
It serves as the codification of laws for a bast area expansion of land of the empire.
The main purpose of the black codes was to regain power over the blacks and use the law to do so.