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The Code of Hammurabi was important to ancient Babylonia and successive cultures because it ________. A. established the idea that punishment should be based on the crime B. challenged the practice of violent punishment C. turned over legislative power to religious leaders exclusively D. protected the equal rights of all citizens in a society

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