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The comparison of the Code of Justinian, The Hammurabi Code,

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Alexander Haaka

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Transcript of The comparison of the Code of Justinian, The Hammurabi Code,

The comparison of the Code of Justinian, The Hammurabi Code, and Roman law.
The Hammurabi Code
The Hammurabi Code was a Babylonian law code of ancient Mesopotamia, dating back to 1750 BC To 1754 BC.The sixth Babylonian kind Hammurabi enacted the code.This code consisted of 282 laws, with scaled punishements adjusting for example "an eye for an eye"
The Roman laws
Roman laws consisted of the a bunch of ancient laws, for example The Hammurabi Code and Justinias Code.
The differences of the three
For one they were in a lot of different time periods.
They consisted of different laws and punishements.
They were invented by three different terrible people.
The collections of laws and legal interpretations was made by the emperor justinian himself. He made the laws from AD 539 to 565. The Justinians code consisted of four books (1) Codex Constitionum, (2) Digesta or Pandectae, (3) Institutiones, and (4) Novellae Constitutiones Post Codicem.
By Alexander Haaka
Justinians code
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