Definition of Hammurabi in English:


Line breaks: Ham¦mu|rabi
Pronunciation: /ˌhamʊˈrɑːbi
( D.1750 bc), the sixth king of the first dynasty of Babylonia, reigned 1792–1750 bc. He extended the Babylonian empire and instituted one of the earliest known collections of laws.

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