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Code of Hammurabi: Quiz

  
  
  
  

Question 1: The ________ and their neighbors developed the earliest system of economics that was fixed in a legal code, using a metric of various commodities.
AssyriaBabyloniaSumerAkkadian Empire

Question 2:
Code of Hammurabi, Cyrus cylinder and Cylinder of Nabonidus are all:
Antiquities of the Louvre Manuscripts Akkadian inscriptions Archaeological corpora documents

Question 3: [1] One nearly complete example of the Code survives today, inscribed on a seven foot, four inch tall diorite stele[2] in the ________ in the cuneiform script.
Aramaic languageEgyptian ArabicArabic languageAkkadian language

Question 4:
Code of Hammurabi, Maat and Babylonian law are all:
Archaeological corpora documents Ancient Near East law Antiquities of the Louvre 2nd-millennium BC works

Question 5:
Code of Hammurabi, Venus de Milo and Winged Victory of Samothrace are all:
Ancient Near East steles Ancient Near East law Antiquities of the Louvre Codes of conduct

Question 6: The ________ containing the Code of Hammurabi was found in 1901 by the Egyptologist Gustav Jéquier, a member of the expedition, headed by Jacques de Morgan.
SteleBritish MuseumMegalithMing Dynasty

Question 7: [7][8] Earlier collections of laws include the Code of Ur-Nammu, king of ________ (ca.
MesopotamiaSumerBabylonUr

Question 8: [4] It is currently on display at the Louvre Museum in Paris, ________.
United KingdomItalyFranceCanada

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Figures at top of stele "fingernail" above Hammurabi's code of laws.
  Side view of the stele "fingertip".
  The Code of Hammurabi, on stele.

Question 10:
Code of Hammurabi, Stele and Tel Dan Stele are all:
Archaeological corpora documents Ancient Near East steles Antiquities of the Louvre 18th-century BC works
















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