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Empire Arms was a trade name sold by Sears Roebuck. If it has the Crescent name on it, it would date from about 1893 to 1930. If it has open hammers and damascus barrels, it is more likely to be an early gun. Hammerless guns and fluid steel barrels were introduced about 1907, but sidehammer guns were not discontinued.


Babylonian Empire, Sumerian Empire, Assyrian Empire...:) hope this helps


Fertile Crescent is the part of Middle East that has the shape of a quarter moon. It is the birthplace of the six empires which includes the Akkadian Empire, Babylonian Empire, Assyrian Empire, Hebrew Empire, Chaldean Empire and Sumerian Empire.



It depends on what the question is looking for. If is is looking for the largest empire primarily based in Mesopotamia, that would be the Neo-Babylonian Empire. If it is looking for the largest empire with its capital and administration in the Fertile Crescent but controlling numerous other places, that would be the Abbassid Caliphate. If it is looking for the largest land empire that controlled parts of the Fertile Crescent, that would be the Great Khanate of Ogedei Khan. If it is looking for the largest empire full stop to have controled the Fertile Crescent, it is the British Empire of 1920.




That he ruled the Fertile Crescent.



It dominated the Fertile Crescent and its resources.


The first empire in the Fertile Crescent was the Sumerian Empire. Then they were defeated by the Akkad's. Then came the Babylonians. They were defeated by the Assyrians. Then the Persians. And finally they were overthrown by Alexander the Great and his Greek armies.


First the Assyrian, then copied by the Babylonian, then the Persian.


The crescent moon and star is actually the symbol of the Ottoman Turkish empire. In Islam, the moon is just the moon.


From the 2002 Standard Catalog of Firearms: In 1905 Crescent's first hammerless sidelock was introduced as the American Gun Co. "Knickerbocker" Model No. 6. This very popular model became the Crescent "Peerless" No. 6 in 1922. In 1928 it became the Crescent "Empire" No. 60. and in 1931 the Crescent-Davis "New Empire" No. 88, "New Empire" No. 9, and "Empire" No. 9. For further information about Crescent Firearms of Norwich, Connecticut try Amazon.com or eBay for books on old firearms companies.


The Babylonian Empire , and also Assyrian


Crescent made inexpensive "working" firearms 70-100 yrs ago



It incorporated the highly productive and populated Fertile Crescent and Egypt, the cradle of civilisation.


My Crescent "Empire" cost $200 as a shooter. The serial number is 7787. These are not collectable guns, but mass marketed "shooters". Still works fine!


Assyrian Empire of the Fertile Crescent civilization was the first to use a cavalry. The Assyrian army used cavalry and infantry units to conquer many enemies. The Assyrian Empire lasted nearly 1900 years from 2000 B.C. to 605 B.C.


MesopotamiaSumeriansSargon the Great and the Akkadian EmpireAssyrian EmpireThe PhoeniciansThe ChaldeansThe Persian Empire: Cyrus the GreatThe ScythiansThe Persian Empire: DariusThe Persian WarEnd of the Persian Empire


The Crescent Arms "Empire Hammerless" double barrel (20 guage) is not a collectable gun, but is a "shooter". Thus, in shootable condition, it is worth about $200. That's what I paid for mine, strictly for bird hunting.


The most widely recognized symbol for Islam is the "crescent moon" which is really a coincidence of history. The crescent moon was the symbol of the Ottoman Empire and was historically grafted onto Islam simply by dint of the Ottomans being the most powerful Islamic Empire in modern times.



The crescent and star pattern on the flag and the green colour are all symbols of Islam.The star and crescent moon were symbols of the Islamic Empire and have come to mean symbols of unified Islam.



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