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Question 1: The first real set of codified laws, the ________, was compiled circa 1760 BC by the Babylonian king Hammurabi, and is the earliest known civil code.
Code of HammurabiConstitutionSusaCuneiform law

Question 2: The codification movement developed out of the philosophy of the Enlightenment and began in several European countries during the late 18th century (see ________).
Civil law (legal system)FranceItalyCivil code

Question 3: Besides religious laws such as the Torah, important codifications were developed in the ancient Roman Empire, with the compilations of the Lex Duodecim Tabularum and much later the ________.
Byzantine EmpireByzantine literatureCorpus Juris CivilisByzantine calendar

Question 4: Another early system of laws is ________ framed by Manu and called as Manu Smriti.
Religious lawHindu lawLegal historyCommon law

Question 5: This formed the basis of the Chinese criminal code, which was then replaced by the ________, which was in turn abolished in 1912 following the Xinhai Revolution and the establishment of the Republic of China.
Chinese lawChiang Kai-shekHong KongGreat Qing Legal Code

Question 6: The use of civil codes in Islamic Sharia law began with the ________.
Ottoman EmpireTurkish peopleTurkeyIstanbul

Question 7: [1] A very influential example in Europe was the French ________ of 1804.
Napoleonic codeCommon lawCivil codeCivil law (legal system)

Question 8: However, it only gained significant momentum with the enactment of the French ________ in 1804.
Napoleonic codeCommon lawCivil law (legal system)Civil code

Question 9: Title 26 is the ________.
Internal Revenue CodeFairTaxIndividual Retirement AccountTax protester statutory arguments

Question 10: These codified laws were the exceptions rather than the rule, however, as during much of the ancient ________ were left mostly uncodified.
Roman SenateRoman lawRoman ConstitutionAncient Rome


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