What unites the Assyrian state and the New Babylonian kingdom, and how do they differ?

Both states were despotic by the form of government. The rulers kept their power on military force. However, the Assyrian rulers treated the conquered peoples more cruelly – they resettled them to other regions, killed, drove them into slavery.

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