Hammurabi established a civil code we now call the Code of Hammurabi. The code of Hammurabi contained 282 laws, written by scribes on 12 tablets.
The Code of Hammurabi.
No, Hammurabi actually improved it and added lots of rules to it... But it wasn't the first.
The Code of Hammurabi refers to Babylon law code. It consists of 282 laws with graded punishments. For example: an eye for an eye or a tooth for a tooth.
Everyone had to change their way of living and they all had to follow the Hammurabi's Code to live in a common surrounding.
The ruler of Hammurabi created the Hammurabi code. The code was created to protect justice and peace in the country.
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Code Of Hammurabi
Hammurabi Was the first to create the laws. he created them in Mesopotamia, which is currently in Iraq.
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Hammurabi developed the Code of Laws in tribute to the Gods. Hammurabi believed that he was the favorite Babylonian. This is why the Gods made him King of Babylon. To tribute the Gods the Code was made.
The code of Hammurabi is a code of law (just a bunch of laws). It was important because Hammurabi wanted peace and justice in his kingdom, so he created these rules. The Hammurabi's code was the first legal document of laws and it also helped make a system of writing (cuneiform).
Hammurabi "The Code of Hammurabi"
It was his code he was the author.