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What was the location of the Fertile Crescent?


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2012-09-29 23:19:29
2012-09-29 23:19:29

The Fertile Crescent was between the Tigris and Euphrates River.

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The names of the continents that meet at the location of the fertile crescent [also known as Mesopotamia] are Asia and Africa.

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.

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Ancient Mesopotamia was nicknamed the "Fertile Crescent" because it was settled where the ground had good soil for farming due to its location along the Euphrates and Tigris rivers.

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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