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  • Hi I’m Kylie Smith, I’m Alison Aquino and I’m Danielle Brown Danielle: We chose this topic because the Nile was very important to the Egyptians lives. Alison: Without the Nile, the Egyptians would not survive. Kylie: In this slide show, you will see why the Nile was important and some of its difficulties.

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  • What effects did the Nile River have on Ancient Egypt? By: Kylie, Danielle, and Alison November, 2004
  • This slide show presentation will discuss the following four aspects:
    • Farming
    • Transportation
    • Economy
    • Technology
  • Farming
    • Produced grains, vegetables, and beans
    • Dug ditches
    • Built machines
    • Floods
  • Farming Continued
    • Imports
    • Chopped, seeded, and plowed
  • Transportation
    • Canals
    • Boats
    • Carrying Chairs
    Source: Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Mode; (Naval Museum, Haifa, Israel)
  • Transportation Continued
    • Barges
    • Boats
    • Carts and wagons
    • Importance of Nile
    • Palanquins
  • Technology
    • Calendars
    • Irrigation systems
    • Hunting
    • Houses
    • Food to make other goods
    • Art
  • Economy
    • Trade
    • Imports
    • Industries
    • Made and sold goods
    • Who
    • Paying workers
  • Interesting Facts
    • Donkeys/Horses
    • Boats
    • Food
  • Skills We Learned From Doing This Project
    • Working together
    • Gathering data
    • Have due dates
  • References: Books
    • Boehm, Richard G., Hoone, Claudia, McGowan, Thomas M., McKinney-Browning, Mabel C., Miramontes, Ofelia B. Our World’s Story. Orlando: Harcourt Brace and Company, 1997
    • Carroll, Patrick Longcore, Christine Mico, Steve Morrison, Leslie Ancient Egypt: Life in the Nile River Valley. New York: Everyday Learning Corporation, 1999
    • Day, Nancy Your Travel Guide to Ancient Egypt. Minneapolis: Runestone Press, 2001
    • Ferris, Julie Everyday Life in the Ancient World. New York: Kingfisher Publications, 2002
    • Hanks, Stephen Egypt. Brooklyn: Perfection Learning, 2003
  • References: Books Continued
    • Hart, George Ancient Egypt. London: Eye Witness Books, 1990
    • Haslam, Andrew Make it Work! Ancient Egypt. Princeton: Two-Can Publishing, 2001
    • Honan, Linda Spend the Day in Ancient Egypt . Canada: John Wiley and Sons Inc; 1999
    • Kaplan, Leslie C. Home Life In Ancient Egypt. New York City: Power Kids Press, 2004
    • Morris, Neil Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt . North Mankato: Smart Apple Media Press, 2004
    • Rees, Rosemary The Ancient Egyptians. Des Plaines: Reed Education and Professional Publishing, 1997
  • Resources: Books Continued
    • Shutter, Jane Ancient Egypt. Austin: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 2000
    • Shutter, Jane The Ancient World Egypt . Austin: Steck-Vaughn Company, 1999
    • Steele, Phillip Step Into Ancient Egypt. New York City: Anne’s Publishing, 1997
    • Walker, Jane 100 Things You Should Know About Ancient Egypt. United Kingdom: Miles Kelly Publishing, 2003
  • References: Websites
    • “ Charlotte Country Day School” Unknown 10/15/04 http://www.ccds.charlotte.ncus/History/Egypt/04/haup/hauptfuhrer.htm
    • “ Ancient Egypt Pictures” Unknown 11/3/04 http://www.clipart.com
    • “ Means of Transportation” Unknown 10/15/04 http://nefertiti.iwebland.com/timelines/topics/means_of_transportation.htm
  • Thank you for watching! The End!