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The present study sheds lights on the Assyrian military campaigns against Babylon during the Neo-Assyrian period in the artistic landscapes and reliefs that carved of the walls of the Assyrians palaces in their capitals. These inscriptions were painted with the plants and trees that were grown in the swamps and marshes in southern region of the country. These paintings show that Babylonia were included under the Assyrian control during the first millennium B.C.