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Bianka Rivera HUM1020 Quiz 2 Hammurabi Questions 1. In Mesopotamia the social status was very set on. It was determined by your line of family whether you were born a slave or born with royalty. Everyone should know their places. In most cases, women were inferior to men and in a family, it would be first father, then son, and at last mother. In the case of social status, the order would be: king, nobles, peasant, ad slave. 2. Hammurabi’s has law codes such as prices, wages, commercial dealings, marital relations, and conditions of slavery. In some cases, to brake these rules may have resulted in a death penalty, other violent punishment, or enslavement. 3. In that time, most of Mesopotamia’s income came from crops so to make sure no one crossed the line they would punish civilians accordingly. 4. The Mesopotamia were polytheistic when it came to religion, they believe in many gods and who
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  • Fall '08
  • GARMAN
  • Bianka Rivera, Bianka Rivera HUM1020, free mans

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