history final2 study!!!! - The Judgments of Hammurabi (13)-...

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The Judgments of Hammurabi (13) - the most famous of the collections of law produced throughout the first 3,000 years of Mesopotamian civilization, collection of judgments cover a wide variety of crimes and circumstances, allowing extensive insight into the structure and values of 18 century Babylonian society Three Mortuary Texts (18) - The Book of Documents (27) - the oldest of the 5 Confucian classics, the mandate of heaven, political-social-cosmological philosophy that served as the basic Chinese explanation for the success and failure of monarchs and states down to the end of the empire in 1912 CE The Book of Genesis (52) - the first book of the bible, recounts the story of humanity’s relationship with YHWH from Creation through the settlement of the Children of Israel in Egypt, The Flood The Bhagavad Gita (67) - Hinduism’s most beloved sacred text, offers several others, asks how a person can become one with Brahman while still functioning in this world Setting in Motion the Wheel of the Law (71)
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Dieterich-ward during the Fall '07 term at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

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