REV. HENRY MASON BAUM, D.C.L.
MR. FREDERICK BENNETT WRIGHT
Frontispiece, Hammurabi Receiving the Laws from the Sun-god of Sippara
Editorial Introduction to the Laws of Hammurabi, King of Babylonia
Hammurabi's Introduction to his Code of Laws
Hammurabi's Code of Laws
Cuneiform Text of Hammurabi's Laws (Plates 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
|Copyright, 1903, by Records of the Past Exploration Society.||Entered at the Washington Post Office as Second-Class Matter.|
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