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Located mostly in present-day Iraq, Mesopotamia was part of the so-called Fertile Crescent which bordered the Arabian Desert to the south and…

By admin , in Science , at December 8, 2020 Tags:

Located mostly in present-day Iraq, Mesopotamia was part of the so-called Fertile Crescent which bordered the Arabian Desert to the south and the mountains of Armenia to the north. On one end of it, towards the Persian Gulf, were the two powerhouses of Babylonia and Assyria and on the other, next to the Mediterranean Sea, were Israel and Egypt. To Christians all over the world, the Bible is the most important book and the Holy text features stories directly about Mesopotamia – the most famous being the Babylonian Exile.

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