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  • I role this town!!!!
  • Money for an apple!
  • Yes Sir!!
  • So you guys are the only men who want to go to war?
  •  Sargon was both a strong king and a skilled general who built his empire through effective military strategies. Sargon had control over Mestopotamia, including Sumer. Sargon ruled his empire for more than 50 years.
  • Ha! This will be so much better than Babylon!!
  • The Babylonian empire thrived under Hammurabi. The city of Babylon was on the banks of the Euphartes River and it had became an important trade center. They traded; grain, woven clothes, wood, gold, silver, gems, and life stock throughout the Person Gulf. This was the time that the Babylonians were usually fair for the time.
  • This is the Prison for all the people who do not follow along with my code.
  • The Assyrian Empire lied next to the North of the Babylon and had lived in Mesopotamia for a long time. Not long after creating an empire with Hammurabi, they started to gain power near 9000 B.C. when their rolers started training an army for war. Also, the Assyrians belived that their kings were speacial beings so they built beautiful elaborate places to honnor their roles.
  • Down that hall, take a left, go stairt, then if you look to the right you will see the sign that says, "Code"
  • Nebuchadezzar was the creator of the Neo-Babylonian Empire. He had worked hard to restore the splender that Babylon had once enjoyed under Hammurabi. Then they rebuilt the city. Nebuchadezzar decorated his palace with hanging gardens which soon became " The Hanging Gardens Of Babylon". Lastly, the Neo-Babylonian Empire only lasted for 75 years before ending.
  • Hammurabi was the creator of " Hammurabi's code" He had formed common laws to keep it organized and have consequences that can change behavor. His code is mostly refured to " an eye for an eye" ( as for equal punissments). He was also the ruler of all of Mesopatmia.
  • Hammurabi's Code is basically just a code. It is the oldest desciplend writing. Hammurabi was the creator of the code. His code lasted for 103 years. The code is very specific, it is very complex. The Code of Hammurabi has nearly 300 laws. Some laws were burtal and even the upper-class has received even more harsh punishments as well.
  • Hey King Hammurabi! Where is your code located?
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