Ancient Egypt Climate

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The environment of Ancient Egypt was a vital part of the Egyptian lifestyle, an endlessly rich abundance of natural resources derived from the landscape, the adverse effects of the climate, and Agriculturally bountiful occasions, were good for improving the quality of life, creating effective ecosystems and advancing Egypt as a civilization.
Sub Topic One: Landscape
The way in which Ancient Egypt’s structure was laid out had much to do with the location of natural resources, for example, a lot of hunter-gatherers would make little homes next to rivers such as the Nile because it would be able to provide resources. Some examples of uses for a specific river known as the Nile River are Fresh water for bathing and drinking, effective transportation Method, trade benefits, mud and clay used to create buildings. The benefits were especially at their peak after flooding, which nobody at the time could understand why happened. (Life Along Ancient Egypt Pg 6-10). These Natural resources provided Egypt and it’s people a substantial amount of ways for maintaining a good quality of life regarding maintaining good agricultural bounty which is also used for consumption. …show more content…

The hot and dry climate of Egypt made for negative effects in terms of growing crops so Egypt was divided into sections and the section for growing crops was called the black lands. The black lands were an area where more rain occurred, which is what Egypt needed for sustaining their ecosystem. The water from the Nile would make it possible to grow crops for consumption. The climate of Egypt, although perhaps not optimal, played a big part in sustaining life. (Encyclopedia Britannica, 15th s.v “Egypt”) The climate of Egypt had a big effect on how Egyptians handled their life, the dry climate made for little agriculture which meant that the Nile would be their primary source of crop, hence Egypt’s divide in

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