The correct answer is D) it created a written record of laws and punishments.
The impact of the Code of Hammurabi in ancient Babylonian and later cultures was that it created a written record of laws and punishments.
The code of Hammurabi was the creation of King Hammurabi of Babylonian. The king ruled Babylonian from 1792 to 1750. The code has 282 rules that established rules and standards to punish criminals. It also had references for goods transactions. This is considered the first set of laws and regulations and has an influence in other territories as well.
The other options of the question were a) it established equal rights for all citizens and society, b) it resulted in the separation of church and state, and c) it required officials to find non-violent ways to punish criminals.