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Fertile crescent culture

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Hunter-gatherer groups first settled in Mesotamia more than 12000 years ago. Over time these people learned how to plant crops to grow their own food.Every year, floods on the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers brought SILT-(A MIXTURE OF RICH SOIL AND TINY ROCKS),to the land. The fertile silt made the land ideal for farming.

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First, I have to ask if you mean today or in ancient times. In ancient times most were polytheistic except for a few, such as Abram, later known as Abraham.

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