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How did fertile crescent get its name?


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2014-09-17 14:39:11
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The land in Mesopotamia was fertile, and it happened to be shaped like a crescent.

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The land is fertile and it is shaped like a crescent

The name of the fertile crescent is known as a large ark of rich or fertile farm land.

Another name for the region known as the fertile crescent is called mesopotamia

another name for the fertile cresent is Mesopotamia

The Fertile Crescent's second name was Mesopotamia.

The Fertile Crescent is also called Mesopotamia, although Mesopotamia is only the part of Fertile Crescent in between the two rivers, Tigris and Euphrates.

The rivers in the fertile crescent and the proliferation of edible grains made the fertile crescent fertile.

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The Sumeritans settled in the Fertile Crescent due to the two rivers (Tigris and Euphrates) floed and cause the land to be rich with nutrients, hence the name Fertile Crescent.

isn't it obvious? the land is shaped like a crescent and the soil there is fertile or rich.

The crescent-shaped region of Western Asia known as the Fertile Crescent is named partly for its shape, and partly for the fertile condition of the soil in the area. The moist earth in the Fertile Crescent is in stark contrast to the earth in the arid and semi-arid surrounding areas.

The Fertile Crescent is named because of its location between the fertile riverbeds of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.Ê Today much of the crescent lies in Iraq.

The Fertile Crescent is in southwest Asia.

the fertile crescent is a region in the near east

The Fertile Crescent is the nickname for Mesopotamia. This is because Mesopotamia is crescent shaped and is known for its fertile soil.

the people who rule the fertile crescent were the Chaideans

Mesopotamia is located in the fertile crescent

Other than the fertile crecent, there is no other name for Mesopotamia.

I think that one crop in the Fertile Crescent is wheat.

The invaders are the people who live near the fertile crescent.

The Fertile Crescent was between the Tigris and Euphrates River.

The fertile crescent got its nickname from the land. The "fertile" part is there because the land had rich soil. The 'crescent" part is there because the land is shaped like a crescent, more like the crescent moon.

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