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Hammurabi History

Social Studies- Empires and Rulers and laws

Who is Hammurabi? He is the king that made the Code of Hammurabi
Whats the Code of Hammurabi? 282 laws written to bring order and justice to the empire
Whats Monotheism? The worship of one god
What was the point of Soloman's temple? For it to be a place of worship
Who was Soloman? King Davids son who built a temple for him to make it a place of worship.
what did the Lydian's invent that we still use today? The coin
Whats civic duty? The responsibility of a citizen to the government
What's harsh punishment? Punishment that is harsher or more unpleasant then it needs to be.
what's honesty? Fairness or truthfulness or sticking to the facts.
What's a hierarchy? A system or organization in which people or groups are ranked one above the other according the status or authority
Created by: berlinskie262