Code of Ham

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FreeOCR notes 1) For best results set your scanner to 300 DPI , 200 DPI is the minimum setting to achieve acceptable results. 2) Use the rotate buttons (to the left of the image) if your image is upside down or rotated 3) If your document has columns or pictures then just select the text area by drawing a box on the image with the left mouse button 4) After OCR you can use the export button to Word or copy/paste the text into any Windows application. Note: You can press the red X to clear this text window before OCR'ing 1 0 The “Code” of Hammurabi ISTOBIANS, ESPECIALLY THOSE THAT OCCUPY THEMSELVES WITH H faraway regions and bygone times, should never forget to what de- gree the content of words is elastic. Each word can evoke realities that are doubtless more or less comparable from one period to another, from one cultural milieu to another, but that are profoundly different. Even if one does not study them closely, they are clearly different, in their extent as well as in their comprehension, to use the logicians’ terms. If the real goal of history is to rediscover the past, not as we see it, but as closely as possible to the way it was seen, lived, and understood by those who were present at the time, then it is a healthy exercise to question our own under- standing ofwhat we have excavated from the ancient soil. If I have chosen the “Code” of I:IB.lT1ITlUI‘3bi1 for such a review, it is be- cause that monument constitutes a striking example of this more or less im- plicit naive belief in the homogeneity of words, which is so dangerous in the study of history. When IjIammurabi's monument was discovered and de- ciphered, eighty years ago now, it was baptized in the field as a law “Code. ” This title was applied certainly not because the monument presented itself as such, but simply by the disposition and the appearance of the monu- 1. The last and the best…...

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