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Doc A: Religion
1. according to this document where did Hammurabi get his power as king?
2. monotheistic or polytheistic?
a. according to this document was Babylonia a monotheistic society believe in one God or polytheistic society believe in many gods?
3. according to this document what is the goal of Hammurabi‘s code?
Doc B: Economy
1. working the field: summarize laws 42–43
2. The dams: summarize laws 53–54
3. type of economy
a diet according to this document do you think the most people in Babylonian made money in cities or in the country?
b. how do you know this is from Hammurabi‘s code

Doc C: Society
1. laws one96–1 99 discuss putting out the eye of another man and freeman and a slave
a. according to document whose was worth the most?
b.According to this document
a. according to this
b. how do you know this from hammurabi’s code?
3. Women
a. according to the law 138 what happens to a dowry if a man leaves his wife?
b. what does this suggest about the position of women in Babylonian society

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    this is the picture of the documents

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    when can you the sub lime… And Bel the Lord of heaven and earth who does screed the fate of the land assigned to Mark duke the over rolling son of era God of righteousness power over earthly man a.m. made him great… They called Babylon by his celebrated name made it great on earth and founded and everlasting kingdom in it. Then AMU and Bel called by name me Hammurabi the axle needed prince who feared God to bring about the rule of righteousness in the land to destroy the wicked and evil doors; so the strong should not harm the week; so that I should rule over the black headed people like Shamash and you lighten the land to further the well-being of mankind.
    if anyone take over a field to till it and obtain no harvest from it it must be prove that he did no work on the field and be Must deliver grain just as his neighbor raised to the owner of the field 43. If he did do not till the field but let it lie fallow he shall give brain like his neighbors to the owner of the field in the field which he let life he must plow and so and return it to the owner. 53. If anyone be too lazy to keep his in proper condition… If then the dam breaks in all the field the flooding then shall he in who is Dam the break occurred be sold for money and the money shall replace the corn which must deliver grain just as his neighbor raised to the owner of the field 43. If he did do not till the field but let it lie fallow he shall give brain like his neighbors to the owner of the field in the field which he let life he must plow and so and return it to the owner. 53. If anyone be too lazy to keep his in proper condition… If then the dam breaks in all the field the flooding then shall he in who is Dan the break occurred be sold for money and the money shell replace the corn which he has caused to be ruined. 54. If he be not able to replace the corn then he and his possessions shall be divided among the farmers who corn he has flooded. 59. If any man without the knowledge of the owner of a garden fell a tree in a garden and he shall pay half and mina in money

    if Anyone feels to pay a debt and sells himself his wife his son or daughter for money or give them away for a forced labor they show work for the three years in the house of the man who bought them and in the fourth year they shall be set free. 138. If a man wishes to separate from his wife who has born him to no children he shall give her the amount of her purchases money with the Dori which she brought from her fathers house and let her go. 196. If a man put out the eye of another man his eyes shall we put out 198. If he put out the eye of the Friedman or break the bone of the free man he shall pay one gold mina anyone fails to pay a debt and sells himself his wife his son or daughter for money or give them away for forced labor they show work for the three years in the house of the man who bought them and in the fourth year they shall be set free. 138. If a man wishes to separate from his wife who has born him to know children he shall give her the amount of her purchase money with a Dori which she brought from her fathers house and let her go. 196. If a man put out the eye of another man his eyes shall be put out 198. If he put out the eye of a Friedman or break the bone of the free man he shall pay one gold mina. 199. If you put out the eye of a man slave or break the bone of a man slave he shall pay 1/2 of its value. 202. If anyone strikes the body of a man higher in rank and he shall receive sixty blows with an ox whip in public. 203. If a free born man strikes a body of another free board straight men equal rank he shall pay one gold mina

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