The short chronology is one of the chronologies of the Near Eastern Bronze and
Early Iron Age, which fixes the reign of Hammurabi to 1728–1686 BC and the ...
The Code of Hammurabi: One of the earliest codes of law in the world. c. 1761
BCE. Zimri-Lim, the last ruler of Mari dies for unknown reasons. His former ally ...
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earliest written laws in human history.
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Babylonian King Hammurabi issues the first written law code, the Code of
Hammurabi, based on revelation from Shamash, the god of justice.
Timeline Description: The city of Babylon and the Babylonian Empire reigned for
... Hammurabi gained control of the empire, producing the first written law code.
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Hammurabi writes down 281 laws prescribing civil behavior in the kingdom of ...
Lipit-Ishtar. 1934–1924 B.C.. Dynasty of Larsa. Rim-Sin. 1822–1763 B.C.. Old
Babylonian Dynasty. Sin-muballit. 1812–1793 B.C.. Hammurabi. 1792–1750 B.C.
King Hammurabi of Babylonia was an important Babylonian king known for his
early law code, ... (Put that date in context by looking at the major events timeline.
Hammurabi ascended the throne of Babylon in 1792, and over the course of a
long reign (1792-49 BC) turned his territory into a large empire covering the