Mesopotamia has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Newsnext Bangladesh' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Mesopotamia had the highest popularity figure in March last year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] angle. The Achaemenid Empire was created by nomadic Persians and this empire was spread to Mesopotamia. This empire was preceded by Assyrians. The Assyrians were preceded by Akkadians. Akkadians [...]
[...] used to hunt small animals and birds. The art of falconry dates all the way back to the ancient Mesopotamia and Mongolia. It later expanded to Europe, becoming a sport for nobility. Now in the 21st [...]
[...] and victory. An art in itself, the earliest known practices of falconry date back to ancient Mesopotamia over four thousand years ago, and possibly Mongolia. It later spread to Europe, becoming a [...]
[...] Washukanni (Vedic God Vasu) . A powerful Hurrian (Surya Vamsa; Hurrian=Suryan)) state in north Mesopotamia and Syria (named after Surya, Hindu sun god) , Mitanni is first mentioned in an Egyptian tomb [...]
[...] civilians died and about 7,900 were injured last year. Special To The Washington Post · Sayed Salahuddin / Featured image via Chicago Tribune The post Suicide bomber strikes Afghan Supreme Court, [...]
[...] : “This book took my breath away. I loved the immersive story and the rich setting of ancient Mesopotamia. The customs, traditions, and beliefs of the desert people were captivating and every time I [...]
[...] in the Olympic Games barefoot. And Alexander the Great conquered Persia, Egypt, Syria, and Mesopotamia with a barefoot army. Things changed, however, with the rise of Rome. To the Romans, clothing [...]