It was the lifeblood of ancient Egyptian transport, agriculture, and remains crucial for sustaining life in the barren deserts of Egypt today. At over 4,000 miles long, it is the longest river The Nile River makes agriculture, fishing and boating possible in Egypt. It floods annually, leaving behind nutrient-rich silt than can be used for growing
The Nile was the base of the Egyptians seasons because of the Nile’s flood season, the seasons were Akhet the flood season mid-June to mid-October, Peret the planting and growing season mid-October to mid-February, and Shemu the harvest season mid-February to mid-June (Document B). 95% of the people's jobs had to do with farming which became a common job because of the Nile (Document B and C). If the Nile didn’t exist their crops wouldn’t have grown as well or at all because the Nile brings sun and water to the crops during Akhet to let them grow (Document B/Information I already knew). The Nile changed so much of the economy that the Nile was almost like the governor of Ancient Egypt if they had one.
With both civilizations being developed around 3500 BC, there are many similarities and differences between the Egyptians and the Mayans. The Egyptians developed their empire in Northeast Africa, which affected the way they farmed and built their cities. The Mayans developed their civilization in MesoAmerica, which influenced their culture differently from the Egyptians. The farming techniques, architecture, and religion were all influenced by the environment they lived in. Although there were some similar farming techniques between the two civilizations, there were many more differences.
The Nile River Flood cycle chart explains that there is three seasons, a planting and growing season, a flooding season, and a harvesting season (Doc B). This justifies that the flood cycle provided water from the flood season and when they were done harvesting it there was food . The map of Egypt circa 1500 BCE illustrates that all of the important cities and settlement were surrounded by the Nile (Doc A). In the picture the river went straight down the map with the cities on both sides right up against it (Doc A). This certifies that there was a lot of water for bathing, irrigation, and drinking.
Generally, the shaping of lives during the society of Ancient Egypt is affecting by the Nile River. The Nile River is one of the main part and played the important role by providing the carriage, building resources and foodstuff to Ancient Egyptians. The Nile River is the longest river in the world. The Nile River is situated in northern Africa and courses through a wide range of African countries including Egypt. The Nile River is divided into two region which is Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt through the Mediterranean Sea, Along the Nile River, the greater part of the major cities of Ancient Egypt were manufactured as the river could be one of the main road during the Empire.
The ancient river valley civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, and the Indus River differed greatly in food. Ancient Mesopotamians meals normally consisted of bread and beer. Egyptians normally ate onions, beans, and lentils, and the rich ones could eat of the variety of crops that grew in Egypt - dates, figs, and grapes. The Chinese mostly ate rice and millet, sometimes with a few vegetables on the top for flavor. The people of the Indus River Valley Civilization ate lots of bread and beer, and the rich ones might have enjoyed some fruits.
meetinghouse is like our town hall. they fur trap and trade. The geography of the Middle Colonies had a mix of the New England colonies and Southern colonies features but had fertile soil and land that was suited to farming. The Middle Colonies were the big food producing region that included corn and wheat and livestock big on Cow and Pig including beef and pork. Other industries included the production of iron ore, lumber, textiles, furs and shipbuilding referred to Colonial Times and Colonial Society
The Ancient Egyptians believed in an afterlife, and, according to Document D, everything in the afterlife still revolved and relied upon the Nile. The tomb painting in the document showed people still working near the Nile as they did in their previous life. It shows a man and his wife planting seeds, nurturing them, and then cutting the plants, all the while using the river to help them. If the Nile is in their ideal picture of the afterlife, then it must have made a colossal impact on their lives. The songs that the Ancient Egyptians wrote about the Nile were praising it.
They thank Re or the sun god for being light to the land and providing the cattle with energy to survive. Keb or the earth god was the good who was over the corn god. Ptah, created all the tool that the Egyptians, but he or she had to have help from the Nile. When the Nile flood the land it 's destroy everything in its path. The Egyptian also had to rebuild their home after the flood destroyed them.
The Southeast region includes the states Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida. Some of the largest southeast tribes were the Creek, Choctaw, and Cherokee were the tribes that lived around the waterways like the Mississippi river. The Southeast’s climate is warm humid summers and mild winters. The Southeast is a long growing region because they have areas where it was flooded and would create rich soil for crops to grow. The tribes grew corn, beans squash, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, wild rice, and persimmons.