The Laws of Moses and of Hammurabi

@article{EvertsTheLO,
  title={The Laws of Moses and of Hammurabi},
  author={W. W. Everts},
  journal={Review \& Expositor},
  volume={17},
  pages={37 - 50}
}
In the year 1902, DeMorgan, a French explorer, while excavating the ruins of Susa, the Capital of ancient Elam, uncovered three huge pieces of Diorite which, when put together, proved to be a monument erected by a king of Babylon, which had been brought by a King of E:lam to Susa to adorn his palace there. The column now stands in the Capital of France and is prized perhaps more than any other ancient treasure at the Louvre, for it is inscribed, front, back and sides with the laws of Hammu… Expand