The rivers make the Fertile Crescent fertile.
because it is shaped like a crescent and all the rivers around it make it really rich in soil or in other words fertile, hence the fertile crescent.
The Fertile Crescent is located in the Middle East. It is Southwest of Iran, South of Turkey, and North of Saudi Arabia. Parts of Syria and Iraq make up the Fertile Crescent.
the rivers of the crescent-shaped region helped to make it one of the best places in southwest Asia for growing crops. Also, the reason being is that the Fertile Crescent rich in natural resources.
The Fertile Crescent is in the current countries of Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel/Palestine, and Jordan.
The Fertile Crescent is entirely in Southwest Asia. It is in the current countries of Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel/Palestine, and Jordan.
Ancient farmers in the Fertile Cresent made their land more productive by using the Tigris and Euphrates River to make land more fertile
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to make farming soil good for the ancient Egyptian people
No one country occupies the entire crescent. The fertile crescent stretched from the Nile River to Mesopotamia. Thus the countries that make up that area today include Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Kuwait. You might be able to make an argumant for Iran as well.
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Well, the humans wanted good supplies, and the Fertile Crescent was there. The Fertile Crescent is an area at the end/beginning of the Nile River that generated FABULOUS soil for crops. The only hardships were that there are shortages of wood, metal and stone. So, it was really hard to make shelter with grass dirt and bushes.
There were a lot fertile soil in our back yard.
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They won't have any materials to use to make weapons.
Chemical weathering of rocks and other methods make silt.
The Fertile Crescent's borders are largelly on land as it sits within the borders of Syria, Iraq, Iran and Saudi Arabia. But the Meaditeranean Sea, the Gulf of Acaba (the right side of the upper Red Sea) and the Persian Gulf do make up part of the Crescent's perimiter.
The ascent of 'civilized' society had much to do with the change from hunting and gathering for food to agriculture. As it happens, the first known people to make that change were Natufian tribes who lived in the area that is now Israel and Lebanon. The sedentary lifestyle, the switch to agriculture and the building of villages and later on of cities spread from there, and into the fertile crescent for the very reason that is WAS fertile and very suitable for agriculture.
the Nile river would flood annually which made Egypt extremely fertile GO BEARS 3-0CHEESE MONKEYThe Nile River helped to make Egypt fertile by helping to produce fertile rich soil.
The fertile soil was good for planting seeds.
You should rotate your crops. it helps it be fertile.