What did Sargon and Hammurabi have in common?


What did Sargon and Hammurabi have in common?

Ancient Mesopotamian Rulers:

Sargon the Great was the founder of the Akkadian Empire. He ruled during the 24th century BCE. Hammurabi was a Babylonian king and member of the first Dynasty, who ruled in 19th century BCE. Both men came from the Mesopotamian region.

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Sargon of Akkad and Hammurabi of Babylon shared many similarities: both men were powerful kings who represented the height of power in ancient...

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