date is actually wrong, as Jesus was born 4-7 years earlier than the year 1 date the Gregorian calendar works from. refers to Christ's birth, not his death, this expansion is wholly erroneous. C is an abbreviation for ' Before Christ', used in the Gregorian calendar (in turn used widely around the world, including in the US, Canada and Britain) to refer to the era before the birth of Jesus Christ, the central Christian figure.
Most pertinently, Hammurabi produce and organized set of laws known as Hammurabi’s Code, which is possibly the very first written code of laws, or at the least, the oldest to have survived to this day.
This AD method of dating was later adopted by the eighth-century Venerable Bede in .
His use of "Anno ab incarnatione Domini" was shortened to" Anno Domini," or AD.
Hammurabi was the oldest son of Sin-Muballit, and he became the sixth king of Babylon upon his father’s abdication around 1729 BC (based on the short chronology timeline).
Even though he didn’t inherit much power from his father and at the time he controlled only a small part of Babylonia, the city of Sippar, he later became the first king of the so-called Babylonian Empire.