The Nile River is inhabited by many plants and animals. The Nile’s waters, which stretch for more than 4,000 miles, 600 of it is in Egypt, have dangerous cataracts and waterfalls throughout. This prevents animals from living in some areas of the largest river in the world. This river was important not only to plants and animals, but it also influenced Egypt itself. Because of this river, the Egyptians had a place to settle down, develop a religion, trade, and eat.
I believe that in Egypt a complex society emerged because of the location they chose to inhabit. The Egyptians had a more productive and protected area of land. The Nile River was predictable and made it easier to grow crops (Wallech, 2013, p. 54). In addition, the Egyptians had only one of four frontiers susceptible to invasion (p. 54).
The Little Thing That Did Salt still impact lives today, yet it’s worth has diminished from the early times. Throughout the entirety of the Bible the word salt is used about 40 times. This shows only part of salt’s desirability to the people during the time of the Bible. Salt can teach both knowledge on how to use salt and how a Christian life should be lived. Though salt is common, it’s cultural and monetary value can shed light on the cultures of the past and the vocabulary of the present.
northeastern Africa in-between the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. Some countries that border Egypt are Sudan and Libya. The one main source of water in Ancient Egypt was the Nile River. Ancient Egypt started in 2920 B.C.E. The Nile River helped the crops in Ancient Egypt, for example, papyrus.
Egypt, the mother of the world, the home of the Pharaohs and the pyramids, was colonized by Britain. Britain had the largest empire during the 1800’s and the 1900’s, controlling land in Southeast Asia and in the Americas. After WWI the Ottomans were forced to leave all of its land in Africa. The new countries in Africa, especially northern countries were an easy target for imperialism. Egypt was very important for two main reasons, one of them being the amount of food Egypt had and its strong reliable food source.
Egypt is warm and sunny so the Egyptians relied and used the world’s largest river- the Nile River for so many uses: for trading, transportation, watering crops and for farming, cooking, and cleaning. But the Nile River had floods that weren’t brutal so they could be able to farm without worrying that the floods might damage the crops. In the spring they have heavy rains so the Nile spilled over the banks. So when the water went down, there was fertile mud.
Why the Nile, Is a Lifesaver Ever wonder how Egyptians got their fresh resources without going to a store and buying them like we do now? Well, during time where you couldn’t go to stores. Egyptians used the Nile River, the Nile River is the world’s longest rivers located in Egypt. The Nile flows 4258 miles northward to the Mediterranean Sea and flows through many parts of Africa, such as Kenya, Eritrea, Congo, Burundi, Tanzania, Rwanda, Egypt, Uganda and Ethiopia. The Nile provided fresh water for Egyptians and all Africans, which helped with planting crops, and staying hydrated.
Throughout history, Egypt was one of the greatest societies for many reasons. The Egyptian society lasted from 3100 BCE to 30 BCE. It was ruled by multiple pharaohs, one of the most important being Queen Hatshepsut as she was the first female pharaoh in Ancient Egypt. In addition, the geography of the region helped the Egyptian people immensely as the Nile River provided a way of transportation improved soil conditions. Lastly, their architectural advancements made their society great as it created a way of spiritual life for all people.
Due to the need to maintain order and organize community projects. The Egyptians soon organized states and recognized official authorities. The earliest states were small kingdoms. The first small kingdoms in Egypt appeared in 4000 b.c.e. In Yangzi and Yellow river valleys the societies that were emerging after 5000 b.c.e.
During the time period of 250-900 AD, the Mayans, located in Mesoamerica, were at their peak. However, the Egyptians were at the peak was around 332 BC. The Mayans were best known for their math, writing system, and very accurate calendar. The Egyptians were best known for their pyramids. Although the Mayans and Egyptians were similar, they also had several differences such as culture, religion, and government.