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Here is the Chapter of the History of Law.  I credit most of this information to the late Creighton University history professor, Orville Zabel, who first told this story in an edition of Nebraska History Magazine.   Click HERE for your download of the History of Law, conceived by Hartley Burr Alexander and produced in sculpture by Lee Lawrie.

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Moses with the Tablets and Anknaton, the Ancient Egyptian Scribe, who was, perhaps, the first scribe of history in the world.