In Mesopotamia today there is part of Turkey, part of Syria, and part of Iraq.
Today, most of Mesopotamia is in Iraq.
The ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia were the Babylonians, Akkadians, and the Assyrians. Today the region of Mesopotamia is known as Iraq.
No. The area commonly called "Mesopotamia" is today mostly in Iraq. Kurdistan is in in northern Iraq with portions also in Iran, Syria, and Turkey. While there are parts of Mesopotamia that overlap with areas of Kurdistan, the majority of Mesopotamia is outside of Kurdistan and the majority of Kurdistan is outside of Mesopotamia.
Mesopotamia is today known as Iraq.
Modern Iraq covers what was called Mesopotamia (the fertile crescent) in the past.
Iran or Iraq
I am not sure.
Agricultural and jewelry.
They created the wheel
Basically, today it is Iraq
they traded the basic stuff that we use today
yes we learned the in school today