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Mesopotamia/fertile crescent

what is silt soil that comes from flood erosion
what is loess yellow soil, dry regions, wind-blown silt
Saudi Arabia has a lot of petroleum (oil) resources
what is a penninsula land surrounded by water on three sides
what is latiude imaginary lines that run east to west on a map
what is longitude imaginary lines that run north to south on a map
what are the compass directions north, south, east, west, north-east, south-east, north-west, south-west
what does a legend do it tells you what the symbols mean on a map
what is cineiform early Sumerian writing on clay tablets
what is Hammurabi's code a code of laws, includes eye-for-and-eye
what was the fertile crescent the area between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers
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