Historical Laws and Security - Historical Laws and Security...

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Historical Laws and Security Page:1 There are many forms of security from the past that somewhat shaped the way security works today. There are 6 that played major roles in showing us that security has been around for thousands of years and how exactly the security worked in those times. The Code of Hammurabi The Code of Hammurabi was written by King Hammurabi in 1750 B.C. . This code was written for the King's rule over Babylonia. The code is made up of some 282 clauses. It's main focus put into modern terms would be “an eye for an eye”. The punishments that it outlined are considered, today, barbaric. Draco's Law Draco's Law was established in 621 B.C. by a Greek citizen of Athens who was chosen to write it. These were the first written laws in Greece. The majority of the punishments under the code were death. In fact, when a law is written today that seems to be very harsh it is referred to as draconian. Law of The Twelve Tables
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