Egypt Geography


The Nile River ...... Ancient Egypt's Lifeblood

Write a summary about how the Nile River was the lifeblood to the Ancient Egyptians.


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2. Begin Sentences with capital sentences and end with punctuation.

Well for the Ancient Egyptians the Nile River was used for and had provided many things for them and was their lifeblood. The Nile River was for drinking and bathing and it had provided or supplied water for their crops. Also it was perfect for human settlement because of all it's fertile land the Nile River had. For them they also they thought that the Nile River was the " Creator of All Goods ". So for them the Nile River is their lifeblood because it had provided everything food, water, and their fertile lands.

Why was the Mediterranean Sea major for the Ancient Egyptians?

In the north, delta marshes stopped invaders who sailed from the Mediterranean Sea. These physical features gave the Egyptians advantages that Mesopotamians lacked.

The Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Red Sea to the east provided routes for trade. Shortly before the Nile reaches the Mediterranean Sea, it splits into many branches that resemble a plant's bloom. Also It is the Nile that flows north about 4,000 miles (6,437 km) from central Africa to the Mediterranean Sea .