Compare the natural conditions in Ancient Assyria and the states located in the south of Mesopotamia.

North of Mesopotamia (Assyria):

1. A temperate climate prevailed here, snow could fall in winter, and it often rained in spring and autumn;

2. The territory here was hilly, the Tigris and Euphrates rivers were far from each other;

3. The northern region of Mesopotamia was not so favorable for agriculture, but had mineral resources.

South Mesopotamia (Babylon):

1. Here the climate was dry and hot, in winter there was no snow and it rarely rained;

2. The territory here was more flat, the Tigris and Euphrates rivers were close to each other, there were frequent floods;

3. The southern region was the most favorable for the development of agriculture, there were practically no mineral resources as such.

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