niahloves
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Why is Hammurabi's Code important? A. It was the first time any ruler or society attempted to use written law that applied to everyone. B. It was a major step forward for civilization because it protected the weak from the strong. C. Hammurabi based his code of law on the religious principles of the Sumerians. D. Many of the laws in use today come from Hammurabi's Code.
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DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
I believe its A. there was no type of laws until the Hammurabi's Code. but i am not entirely sure
niahloves
  • niahloves
Hammurabi based his code of laws on older Sumerian and Akkadian laws, which he adapted and expanded. A. True B. False
DarrenMadx
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true

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Hammurabi's Code brought a sense of fairness to his people and established order in society. A. True B. False
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