anonymous
  • anonymous
HELP WILL FAN AND GIVE MEDAL Why is the Code of Hammurabi such an important factor in the development of empires? Everyone in the empire could see the laws. The laws ensured equality among the classes. Every citizen was assured a fair trial. The ruler could not change the laws. @tbl @PhantomCrow @HELPMEPLZ!! @HELPMEPLZ!!
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PhantomCrow
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What do you know about the civil systems in ancient civilizations in terms of the treatment of people?
Constanceleak
  • Constanceleak
I think it's B
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  • ameliamaxine
B

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PhantomCrow
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Its A
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The Code of Hammurabi was especially cruel to the laborers and was very biased and favorable to the aristocrats. The defining feature of the Code is that it was the first written law code, meaning people had the ability to physically see it.

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