The Middle East. 1,000 B.C. to 500 A.D.
If I lived in the Middle East during 1000 B.C. to 500 A.D. I feel like it would be interesting.
If I lived in the ancient middle east my day would look something like this…
I woke up early this morning and I prayed, as I always do five times a day. Next I had to go outside and feed my animals. Living in the Fertile Crescent we are blessed fresh, running water! The closest river to our house is the Tigress River. In our village we have all five of the types of livestock that is common in the middle east. We have cows, pigs, goats, sheep, and horses! My favorite animal is my horse Galahad! I also love my milk goat, her name is Silvia.
Here are some things to know about the Middle East!
The civilization across the world develop sequentially. There are two rivers that water the Fertile Crescent, the Tigres river, and Ufratious river. There are quiet a few modern day countries in the Middle East, I will name three of them. Jordan, Iran, Syria.
There are four major empires that controlled the Middle East from 1000 B.C. to 500 A.D. They are: Persia, Alexander The Great, Parthia, and Rome.
Islam was a heavily influenced religion in Middle East since the 7th century.
There are 100 soldiers in a century, and the leader of a Century is called a Centurian.
The Middle East is well known for their great irrigation systems.
The common crops that are grown in the Middle East are: Lentil, chick peas, peas, barley, and wheat.
Common animals/live stock in the Middle East: Cows, goats, sheep, pigs, and horses.
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