Amorites. Hammurabi. Successful general Defeated Sumerians and Akkad around 1760 B.C.E Helped his people conquer Mesopotamia A famous Babylonian Monarch Created one of the first empires by uniting Mesopotamia under one ruler. Hammurabi. Improved the irrigation process of his empire
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