Hammurabi As Seen From India and Iran

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Although Hammu-rabi's archaeological imprint is far superior to that of others C. J. Gadd writes that the materials for his history 'are scanty in the extreme'. His Palace remains unknown. The Bible places him at Babil in Shinar which is usually thought to be Babylon in Iraq but this far from certain.

    According to writers such as L. W. King and S. A. Pallis Hammu-rabi's name should be written as Khammu-rabi.

 

William Blake's vision of the Seven-headed

 

 

 

 

The Ramayana links him to Lanka which may be near Bandar-e-Lengeh.