Cradles of Civilization - Benevolent Dictatorship of Hamurabi

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Video

Amanda Iliadis
by DrDavidNeiman
published on 20 March 2017

In this fourth installment of Dr. David Neiman's second lecture on the "Cradles of Civilization", Dr. Neiman comments on the many policies of Hammurabi that were of benefit to his people and to those nations that he conquered throughout his many campaigns. Hammurabi is described as an absolute ruler, but a ruler who felt at one with his people and enacted polices to improve their lives.

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DrDavidNeiman, . (2017, March 20). Cradles of Civilization - Benevolent Dictatorship of Hamurabi. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/1120/cradles-of-civilization---benevolent-dictatorship/

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DrDavidNeiman, . "Cradles of Civilization - Benevolent Dictatorship of Hamurabi." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 20 Mar 2017. Web. 06 Feb 2023.

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