The Code of Hammurabi is one of the earliest known examples of human laws being defined and written down in an orderly way. Little is known about Hammurabi himself; he ruled Babylon nearly four millennia ago, from roughly 1792-1750 B.C. The code has 282...
Hammurabi holds his hands over his mouth as a sign of prayer (relief on the
upper part of the stele of Hammurabi's code of laws). Born, c. 1810 BC Babylonia.
Biography of Hammurabi. History >> Biography >>Ancient Mesopotamia.
Occupation: King of Babylon; Born: c. 1810 BC in Babylon; Died: 1750 BC in
Jun 18, 2015 ... Hammurabi, also spelled Hammurapi (born , Babylon [now in Iraq]—died c. 1750
bce), sixth and best-known ruler of the 1st (Amorite) dynasty ...
Hammurabi. Born: c. 1810 BC Birthplace: Babylon Died: c. 1750 BC Cause of
death: unspecified. Gender: Male Religion: Other Race or Ethnicity: Middle ...
A brief account of the ruling years of King Hammurabi in Ancient Babylonia.
Hammurabi. Ruler. Born: 19th century B.C.. Died: c. 1750 B.C.. Birthplace:
Babylon (now Iraq). Best known as: Author of the Code of Hammurabi. The Code
Oct 13, 1999 ... Hammurabi (1792-1750 BC) was king of Babylonia, and the greatest ruler in the
first Babylonian dynasty. He extended his empire northward ...
King Hammurabi of Babylonia was an important Babylonian king known for his
early law code, the Code of Hammurabi.
Hammurabi. Born, c. 1795 B.C.E. (middle). Died, c. 1750 B.C.E. (middle) ...
Hammurabi (Akkadian from Amorite ˤAmmurāpi, "the kinsman is a healer," from