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  • one year ago

Akkad's territory encompassed most of the Fertile Crescent. A. Yes B. No

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  1. anonymous
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    i think it is yes, not sure i will give medal and fan!

  2. anonymous
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    yes

  3. anonymous
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    @Bookworm14 r u good at history? i only need one question it is a yes and no

  4. anonymous
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    oh ok can u tell me how?

  5. anonymous
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    yes give me a second

  6. anonymous
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    ok...

  7. Bookworm14
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    I am going to say yes, although it has been a while since I studied this love, so I am just going with my gut.

  8. anonymous
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    ok thx

  9. anonymous
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    The Fertile Crescent is a crescent-shaped region containing the comparatively moist and fertile land of otherwise arid and semi-arid Western Asia, the Nile Valley and Nile Delta of northeast Africa. It includes parts of Asia Minor, also known as Anatolia. The term was popularized by University of Chicago archaeologist James Henry Breasted. Having originated in the study of ancient history, the concept soon developed and today retains meanings in international geopolitics and diplomatic relations. In current usage, all definitions of the Fertile Crescent include Mesopotamia, the land in and around the Tigris and Euphrates rivers; and the Levant, the eastern coast of the Mediterranean sea. The modern-day countries with significant territory within the Fertile Crescent are Iraq, Kuwait, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Cyprus, and Egypt, besides the southeastern fringe of Turkey and the western fringes of Iran.[1][2][3] The region is often called the cradle of civilization; it saw the development of some of the earliest human civilizations, which flourished thanks to the water supplies and agricultural resources available in the Fertile Crescent. Technological advances made in the region include the development of writing, glass, the wheel and the use of irrigation. there you go

  10. anonymous
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    nvm

  11. anonymous
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    thx a whole lot

  12. anonymous
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    np

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