Map Center » Fertile Crescent | Map Center /map_center Find the perfect map! Mon, 28 Apr 2014 18:29:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.6.1 The Assyrian Empire /map_center/the-assyrian-empire/ /map_center/the-assyrian-empire/#comments Thu, 31 Oct 2013 13:35:52 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=104 Assyrian-MC-medium

The mighty Assyrian Empire covered the entire Fertile Crescent region, from the Persian Gulf, following the two great rivers to the Mediterranean Sea and down the length of Ancient Egypt. Ashur was the first capital city of the ancient empire of Assyria and was its religious capital, with more than 30 temple sites and three palaces.

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Called Out of Ur /map_center/called-out-of-ur/ /map_center/called-out-of-ur/#comments Mon, 28 Oct 2013 22:40:49 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=69 Ur-MC-medium

Abraham’s home town of Ur was first inhabited around 4200-4500 BC.  Once a coastal city near the mouth of the ancient Euphrates River on the Persian Gulf, Ur is now well inland, south of the Euphrates on its right bank, about 10 miles from Nasiriyah, Iraq. Ur was a city-state of Sumer.

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Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent /map_center/mesopotamia-and-the-fertile-crescent/ /map_center/mesopotamia-and-the-fertile-crescent/#comments Mon, 28 Oct 2013 21:28:58 +0000 KQ Team /map_center/?p=50 Mesopotamia-MC-medium

If you follow the route of the two mighty rivers – the Tigris and Euphrates – from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea, down along that coast until it reaches the Nile River of Egypt, you will have drawn the Fertile Crescent. It was along this crescent shaped land that the earliest civilizations sprang up. Mesopotamia means “between the two rivers.”

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