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Suse (Élam) — Wikipédia

Suse (Élam) — Wikipédia

Law code of Hammurabi, basalt, Babylon, 1792-1750 BCE. Carved in Babylonian, depicts Hammurabi with ring and staff depicting kingship. Erected in Babylon, discovered in Susa where it had been removed as war booty. Stele also represents longest surviving text from Old Babylonian period.

Law code of Hammurabi, basalt, Babylon, 1792-1750 BCE. Carved in Babylonian, depicts Hammurabi with ring and staff depicting kingship. Erected in Babylon, discovered in Susa where it had been removed as war booty. Stele also represents longest surviving text from Old Babylonian period.

Hammurabi Code of Laws- a good explaination on the first set of laws made by Hammurabi.  Vol.1 Ch.1

Hammurabi Code of Laws- a good explaination on the first set of laws made by Hammurabi. Vol.1 Ch.1

In this activity students are given a list of laws from Hammurabi's Code, modern laws, and punishments for each. They match up the Hammurabi's Code law to the modern law and choose which punishment they agree with. Then they pick which law they find most important and explain why.

Hammurabi's Code vs. Modern Law

In this activity students are given a list of laws from Hammurabi's Code, modern laws, and punishments for each. They match up the Hammurabi's Code law to the modern law and choose which punishment they agree with. Then they pick which law they find most important and explain why.

cuneiform alphabet i just learned from my world history teacher like a month ago

cuneiform alphabet i just learned from my world history teacher like a month ago

Hammurabi's code was found inscribed in the side of a stone pillar with 282 laws. The coded basically stars that if one does wrong he/she will be punished for the action.

Hammurabi's code was found inscribed in the side of a stone pillar with 282 laws. The coded basically stars that if one does wrong he/she will be punished for the action.

Smarthistory.org is a free and open, not-for-profit, art history textbook. Part of the Khan Academy

Smarthistory.org is a free and open, not-for-profit, art history textbook. Part of the Khan Academy

The Supreme Court Justices would do well to read Federal Paper #42 written in 1788 to explain the Commerce Clause in the then new Constitution of the United States. No way you can find authority for a Federal mandate to purchase health insurance here...

The Supreme Court Justices would do well to read Federal Paper #42 written in 1788 to explain the Commerce Clause in the then new Constitution of the United States. No way you can find authority for a Federal mandate to purchase health insurance here...

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