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The fertile crescent?


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2011-09-13 14:59:20
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the fertile crescent is a region in the near east


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

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The Fertile Crescent is in southwest Asia.

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

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

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

The land is fertile and it is shaped like a 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.

The fertile crescent is not in Arabia. The fertile crescent usually refers to the twin rivers the Tigris and Euphrates which are in modern Iraq and Iran.

There is no island to the east of the Fertile Crescent. That is where Iran sits. The closest island to the Fertile Crescent on the east side is Bahrain which is to the southeast.

Prophet Muhammad did NOT journey to the fertile crescent.

The Tigris and the Euphrates were the main rivers of the fertile crescent

why did the sumerians decide to live in fertile crescent

No. Saudi Arabia is south of the Fertile of Crescent.

The language fertile crescent used was Aramaic&Scmitic.

Mesopotamia is known as the Fertile Crescent.

Judaism was a monotheistic religion originated in the fertile crescent.

how did the fertile crescent life change in their achievments

its a meline of the rise of the empires in the fertile crescent.

is ur from the fertile crescent a early settlement

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