Which ancient empire used the Code of Hammurabi?

Persian Empire
Roman Empire
Babylonian Empire
Assyrian Empire
Ham­mura­bi's code was one of the earliest and most in­flu­en­tial sets of laws written. It is a well-p­re­served Baby­lo­ni­an law code of ancient Mesopotami­a, dating back to about 1754 BCE. It now resides at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

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Roman Empire
Babylonian Empire
Assyrian Empire
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flagAzerbaijan
0%
0%
100%
0%
10
flagCanada
7%
0%
84%
7%
13
flagDenmark
9%
9%
81%
0%
11
flagFrance
8%
8%
75%
8%
24
flagPoland
10%
6%
74%
7%
6680
flagUnknown
10%
5%
74%
10%
421
flagSpain
6%
0%
73%
20%
15
flagSweden
13%
6%
73%
0%
15
flagNorway
15%
15%
69%
0%
13
flagGermany
13%
7%
67%
10%
68
flagthe United Kingdom
20%
7%
66%
5%
188
flagthe United Arab Emirates
25%
8%
66%
0%
12
flagthe Netherlands
7%
14%
64%
14%
14
flagRepublic of Ireland
14%
7%
64%
14%
14
flagthe United States
19%
8%
56%
14%
83
flagItaly
16%
25%
50%
8%
12
flagRussia
9%
18%
36%
27%
11
flagIsrael
30%
30%
30%
10%
10

Gender

men75%
women68%
Persian Empire
9%
15%
Roman Empire
4%
7%
Babylonian Empire
75%
68%
Assyrian Empire
10%
7%

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