Tal_Tal
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How did the religion of the ancient Israelites differ from the religion of ancient Mesopotamians? The ancient Israelites believed in polytheism. The ancient Israelites believed in only one god. The ancient Israelites gave their god political and religious power. The ancient Israelites built fancy buildings for their gods in the afterlife.
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Tal_Tal
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Please help
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Also if you can could you also help me with this? How did the Ten Commandments compare to Hammurabi's Code? Both provided people with a set of rules. Both outlined the punishments for criminals. Both were given to their creators by God. Both were written by biblical prophets.
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i Believe the first one is B

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Thank you!
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Can anyone help me with the second? :)
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Thank you so much! :)

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