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In Hammurabi's Code, what was a major factor in deciding the punishment for the accused?

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In Hammurabi's Code, what was a major factor in deciding the punishment for the accused?

In Hammurabi's Code, what was a major factor in deciding the punishment for the accused?
The major factor affecting the punishments under the Code of Hammurabi is a person's class in society. Even though the code follows the principle of "eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth", the punishment still depends on how important a person was in society. For example, a doctor killing a slave would result to less grave punishment (usually financial) than a slave killing a doctor (hand is cut off). ...

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