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this isn't really a math question
What is that..
sorry but the essay is due tomorrow and i have no idea!!!! im desperate i havent started and google doesnt know
well the code of hamarabi stresses a system of an eye for an eye. Therefore, if it was used today this is what would happen. If you chopped off someone's arm you wouldnt get a trial and a judge but someone would chop you arm off. Also, there is a class system back then where a noble man back then would get a less severe penalty than a commoner. I would personally not want to live in this system in the US
try getting some more info on the hammarabi code on wikipedia before you start your essay http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_of_Hammurabi
This is to get you started dont use it as your main source
Thank you so much, I don't want to disturb you typing right now becuase you're actually the sweetest and nicest person in the world!!! This is a great starting point and if you have any more ideas, please let me know! The only thing im confused about, what do you mean by an eye for an eye?
here is a example: 197. If he has broken the limb of a patrician, his limb shall be broken. from http://www.commonlaw.com/Hammurabi.html
Oh, okay I get it thanks again!! BTW, I have to write an essay for this, could I use what you wrote in my essay? Thanks again babe :*