The Punishment In Mesopotamian Civilization

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The punishment for her wrongdoing might sometimes surprise you. Especially the sentence of death. He was an execute thieves, liars, laborers of runaway slaves, tavern-keepers who don’t arrest conspirators meeting in their establishments and careless wives. Also, he was recognized by Mesopotamian civilization prepared itself into three individual classes, and the penalty method changed accordingly. The awilum (upper class) was better than the mushkernum (subornation free class), who enjoyed many social and legal benefits over the wardum (slaves) and between Babylonians of equal rank, he also followed the principle of retaliatory justice: An eye for an eye, a tooth for tooth, a life for life. Although, if the awilum blind the eye of a mushkenum,
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