Asked in Mesopotamia
Where was Mesopotomia located and why did they settle there?
Mesopotamia means 'middle of the rivers' - that is the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, which provided the fertile soil and water to produce an abundance of food. ...
Asked in Jordan
What is the difference between the army of Mesopotomia and Jordan?
The Jordanian army is stubborn but always well prepared, as for the mesopotomian army, it always struck into battle without training. ...
Asked in Tigris River
Mesopotomia lies between the Tigris and the Euphrates?
Yes, Mesopotamia was between the Tigris and Euphrates. It was also in the region known as The Fertile Crescent. This land was separate from the Syrian Desert because it had Seas surrounding it. ...
What is Mesopotomia?
This is a region in modern day Iraq. Home to the fertile crescent, which is an early agricultural center that lies between the Tigris and Euphrates river. Mesopotamia was important for early farmers and is central to early neolithic cites.Mesopotamia is a Greek word that means "the land between the river". ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers
Where are the major river systems that supported permanent settlements in Mesopotamia?
Mesopotamia is located between two rivers, the Tigris and the Euphrates. The Tigris is on the northern side of Mesopotomia, and the Euphrates is on the south. Both rivers are nearly parallel, flowing eastward from their sources in what is now eastern Turkey, across Syria and then Iraq. They join each other just before they flow into the Persian Gulf. ...
Asked in WW1 Allied Forces, British Army
When did the british army start fighting in the World War 1?
They Started Fighting in 1916 THEY STARTED FIGHTING IN AUGUST 1914 ACTUALLY. The BEF lost a lot of their army in 1914, 1915 but for that loss they fought magnificently in the Battles of Mons, Le Cateau, Marne, Race to the sea and First Ypres and proved critical in stemming wave after constant wave of German attacks in 1914. Also in 1914 British army was at Mesopotomia, Africa and Also the Royal Navy were very busy. But the British army were a critical factor...
How are china and mesopotomia alike?
Well, they both gone a head start on civilization because of good rivers, the Tigris and Euphrates in Mesopotamia (in fact the name "mesopotamia" means "the land between the rivers") and the Yellow and Yangtse in China. Rivers are the essential first step in civilization because they provide four essentials for lots of people living in a relatively small area: 1) water to drink, 2) water for agriculture, 3) water for transport and 4) water for sewage removal. Besides Mesopotamia and China, rivers...
Asked in World War 1, WW1 Allied Forces, British Army
How many people joined British army in WW1?
British troops, not including Empire troops on the Western front from 1914-1919 were over 4 million men, and that British total peaked in 1917 with well over 1.7 million Brits. On top of that in other theatres Palestine, Africa, Mesopotomia, Gallipoli etc there was a further 1.5 million Brits, also the Royal Navy and Marines who had well over a million personel who were controlling the German seas and the home seas. Lastly there was the British soldiers that stayed at home protecting...
Asked in Christianity
How did the Pax Romana contribute to the spread of Christianity?
Emperor Augustus restored (or established) stability in the Roman territories, effectively changing the rather unstable Roman Republic into the more stable Roman Empire (although it was still called a republic). He ruled from 27 BC to 14 AD, which puts his reign during the time Jesus was born. Augustus also set the borders of the Empire, and these stayed almost unchanged for about a hundred years. Apart from disputes about the succession that happened after the death of Nero in AD 68, the...