What geographic factors led to the decline of Sumer?
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A. The Tigris and Euphrates rivers flooded every year, leaving behind dark, fertile soil.
... B. The cultivated soil had poor drainage.
C. Grain fields of one city-state bordered those of another, which caused territorial wars.
D. It was located in a flat plain, and isolated from trade routes.
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