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The Fertile Crescent is the Mesopotamian region where the first civilization developed. It is popularly known as the Cradle of Civilization.

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The region between the Tigris and Euphrates River is where the first civilization developed.


Mesopotamia is referred to as the cradle of civilization because we think that's where civilization began. The ancient people of this region developed agriculture, cities, ways of governing their cities and writing.


The Sumerians created the first civilization by establishing an agricultural community in Mesopotamia region.


The earliest known civilizations developed in Mesopotamia, along the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. This is why the region is sometimes referred to as the "Cradle of Civilization."


Indus Valley is the worlds first civilization.


The Tigris and Euphrates rivers made the civilization well suited


Mesopotamia was not a nation or a country; it was a region between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers where a complex civilization with a number of highly organized city-states had developed as early as 5500 years ago. There was no capital of Mesopotamia and no boundaries. Each city-state was independent.


The Summerians did and they also created the first civilization by establishing an agricultural community in Mesopotamia region.


Civilization started in Mesopotamia, an ancient region of southwest Asia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in modern-day Iraq.


The first civilization was the Kingdom of Sumer, which was settled between 4500 and 4001 BC, in the region of Mesopotamia, which is now Iraq.


The Sumerians developed a large trade network in part because some of the resources their civilization required were not found in Mesopotamia. Wood is especially scarce in this region so lumber became one of the key trade items for the Sumerians. But most items the Sumerians traded for were those not available in Mesopotamia.


Civilizations are characterized by a social, political, and educational structure. The first civilization was formed in the Fertile Crescent region of Mesopotamia.


The Fertile Crescent is the area of Southwest Asia where civilization first arose. This area is most commonly associated with Mesopotamia.


The Minoan civilization developed networks of trade throughout the Mediterranean region between 2000 and 1400 B.C.


The Minoan civilization of Crete developed a network of trade throughout the Mediterranean region between 2000 and 1400 B.C.



Sumer is a city in MesopotamiaSumer ( "land of the civilized lords" or "native land") was a civilization and historical region in southern Mesopotamia, modern Iraq during the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age.


Mesopotamia was not a country. It was an is the region between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. The first cultures that lived there definitely influnced every other culture, seeing as it was the place civilization began.


Sumer fell to Babylonia in 1700 BCE. Sumer was an ancient civilization located in the southern region of the Mesopotamia area.


No. Jerusalem is in the Levant Region. The Levant Region and Mesopotamia together constitute the Fertile Crescent, so while Jerusalem is not in Mesopotamia, it is in the Fertile Crescent.


Sumer was a civilization and historical region in southern Mesopotamia, modern Iraq. It is the earliest known civilization in the world and is known as the Cradle of Civilization. The cuneiform writing system is the answer to your question.


According to the Sumerian kinglist Eridu was the first city in the World. Sumer was an ancient civilization and historical region in southern Mesopotamia, modern Iraq during the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age.


That region has been known by the following names:The Cradle of CivilizationMesopotamiaBabyloniaBabylonAkkad


They wore the first of irrigration and farming so they supplied food n water


Mesopotamia is a place, not a civilization. There have been numerous civilizations in Mesopotamia which have met their own downfalls for very different reasons ranging from over-expansion, to invasion, to internal strife, to food shortages. Mesopotamia as a region became less relevant as the center of civilization shifted towards Europe and the region as a whole became less fertile. (This was offset between 800-1200 C.E. when Baghdad became one of the foremost cities in the world.)



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