And it's importance to its people
Farming and Calendars
The Eygption calender was divided into three seasons. Inundation (flood), Emergence (planting and growing), and the Havest. The Eygptions called their country Kemet. Which meant black land. People grew onions, garlic, leeks, beans, lentils, lettuce, cucumbers, melons, dates, figs, pomergranates, and gourds. People would use gourds to make cups and bowls.
Transportation and Trade
The Eygtion homes were made up of mud bricks and mortar. The wealthier families built gardens, their own pools, and also got their own lotuses and fish. The Nile provided water for the egyptions and the wealthier people's water was added regularly. Fish was a common protein for the Eygtions.