|LC control no.||n 92032847
|Uniform title heading||Code of Hammurabi
|Variant(s)||Inu Anum ṣīrum
Hammurabi, King of Babylonia. Code of Hammurabi
Code of Ḫammu-rabi
Laws of Ḫammu-rabi
|Found in||Cruveilhier, P. Commentaire du Code d'Hammourabi, 1938.
LC data base, 03-24-92 (AACR 2 hdg.: Code of Hammurabi. Arabic & Akkadian)
Encyc. Brit., 15th ed. (Hammurabi, Code of: consists of 282 case laws; principal source is stela discovered in 1901 and now in Louvre)
Encyc. Amer., 1990 (Hammurabi, Code of)
Acad. Amer. encyc., 1989 (Hammurabi, Code of)
Inu Anum ṣīrum, 1994: CIP t.p. (Codex Hammurabi) galley (Inu Anum ṣīrum is the ancient scribes' name for Codex Hammurabi)
Sharīʻat Ḥamūrābī, 2003-
Das Sanktionensystem des Codex Ḫammurapi, 2007.
Wikipedia, May 9, 2009 (under Hammurabi: Hammurabi is known for the set of laws called Hammurabi's Code, one of the first written codes of law; under Code of Hammurabi: Code of Hammurabi (Codex Hammurabi) is a well-preserved ancient law code, created ca. 1760 BC (middle chronology) in ancient Babylon. It was enacted by the sixth Babylonian king, Hammurabi)
The Hammurabi code, and the Sinaitic legislation, 1971.
The Babylonian laws, 1956-1960: v. 1, preface (Code of Ḫammu-rabi; Ḫammu-rabi's Laws) v. 1, p. 9 (Laws of Ḫammu-rabi)
The oldest code of laws in the world, 1903: t.p. (the code of laws promulgated by Ḫammurabi, King of Babylon, B.C. 2285-2242) p. v (Code of Ḫammurabi)
The codes of Hammurabi and Moses, 1905: p. 7 (Hammurabi Code) p. 10 (Code of Hammurabi)
Codex Ḫammurabi, 1953: pref. (Codice Ḫammurabi)