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Eyes of the land

Weather and climate

Egypt has many territorians like

mountains, deserts and especially nile
valley. Deserts was once called the red
land and the nile was called the black
lands. The red land was the desert
that protected Egypt on both sides
separating ancient Egypt from
neighbouring countries and invading
armies. The deserts bordering egypt
would be the mountainous Eastern, or
Arabian, Desert and the sandy
Western, or Libyan, Desert.

The climate of Ancient

Egypt was very humid yet
moist in some cases. For
the most part it was very
dry looking. This affected
the Ancient Egyptians
because most of the hot
places there were desserts!
Around September of each
year the Nile would
overflow its banks. The
flood brought rich black soil
and renewed the
farmlands. They ended up
making a calendar and
divided it into three
seasons. Inundation was
considered the first season.
This was the time of the
flooding of the Nile. The
other two seasons were
Peret which is the growing
season, and Shemu, the
harvest season. Egypt
received almost no rain.
There were probably
camels roaming around.

The Nile was once called the black

land. The upper nile is divided into
three different tributaries : white nile,
blue nile, and atbara river. Around
September of each year, the Nile would
overflow its banks and flood the
surrounding area.

There were many
natural resources in
Ancient Egyptians that
the egyptians used. For
instance gold, salt,
vegetation, gems and
wood. These resources
affected the people
around them as a
benefit. For example
they were able to make
bread, bouts, and
statues. All the things
that those resources
were useful and were
used by the Egyptians
very often. This could
have potentially build
up their economy.

Ancient Egyptians had
mud and used them to
create sundried bricks.
They would use this to
build buildings, walls,
and homes. Now the nile
was very important. The
ancient Egyptians used
this land for growing
their crops. This was the
only land in ancient
Egypt that could be
farmed. All of its water
was used for drinking,
washing, irrigation of
crops and operation of
water-wheels. The
reason why many of
these features were
important was because
it made their lives
easier by having the
resources they had. It
was being used every
day like for instance the
Nile river was used for
drinking water and to
water their farms. The
red sea was as well
important because it

was used to travel to

other places that they
can't get to by land.

There world
There are man navigating
directions and going to
Punt. They had several
ships travel to places in
order to have many goods
to bring back to Egypt.
They had ships that were
made out of wood, thick
ropes, cadar, and sails
which made them very
dependent on the weather
and or climate. If the
weather was bad it would
possibly ruin their ships and
destroy their goods. They
also traded metals and
semi precious and precious
stones. The goods would
normally come from what
they had farmed and there
crops. The people would get
a certain amount each
month and females would
get a lot less than boys
whether they had
dependents on them or not.
Food was also money and
they would depend on it in
order to pay their taxes and

Land of

By: Joanna