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this picture down below is the THE CODE OF HAMMURABI welcome
The code of hammurabi started when an ancient babylonian named hammurabi had written down all these laws on clay tablets and he did that so everyone would know about his law and what it was and what it was about so when people ask him about laws he would say that wasn't the law also there's a world called mesopotamia it is between the tigris and the euphrates river so go to mesopotamia and have a blast and have fun
U may ask how do i get to this world of mesopatamia well The tour starts in Akkad, the capital of the Akkadian Empire, the key city in Mesopotamia at the end of the third millennium BCE. After your long journey through time and space you'll probably be tired and want to relax. A staff member will escort you to a little house built Mesopotamian style, but don't worry, it has all the comforts of a modern home inside, it just looks like a hut! Inside the resort we have many things to help you relax and you get one complementary massage on arriving, to those who visit our deluxe day time spa. But not all of our time will be spent in the resort, you will actually go out and see the real Mesopotamia.if you get lost, don't worrylong considered the earliest city in southern Mesopotamia, and is still today argued to be the oldest city in the world. We will spend one day at Eridu and then send you back home to your time. In Sumerian mythology, Eridu was originally the home of Enki, who was considered to have founded the city, later known by the Akkadians as Ea. We will see the great temple of Enki, and there you will here the legend that is of Enki, but I won't spoil it for you. As well, we have now confirmed thorugh our time travels that the Tower of Babel really was in Eridu, and you will have a chance to climb it's many staircases. In the afternoon, Eridu, is a truly wonderful city, so we`ll let you explore it at your own pace and time. Once you're done you`ll spend your final night in Mesopotamia on the cruise ship and there will be a lyre musician playing on the sky deck.Euphrates and Tigris were the home land of a rich and complex society. These civilizations were saved from oblivion by the unexpected discovery in the previous century of complete libraries in the archeological remains. Thousands of clay tablets, written in a cuneiform writing system, are buried deep under the ruins of ancient cities, when they were sacked and set into fire. The clay tablets, usually only sun-dried and stored on (inflammable) wooden shelves, are often inadvertently baked while a city was destroyed and treasures were removed. Clay was not valuable to treasure hunters and robbers in later times and clay tablets (at least until the 19th century CE) were left untouched and thus saved for eternity.