Ancient Egypt: The Nile Created by: Joelle Santos Rm 8-41
The slide show is about the Nile River. The Nile was the most important resource in Ancient Egypt. Around the Nile was fertile land to grow crops, so the Egyptians settled near the Nile so they have a better farming settlement.
The Nile is one of the longest rivers in the world and it is competing with the Amazon River.
The Nile originated from Africa.
The Nile flows into 5 countries, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, and Egypt. The Nile flows out the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea.
The White Nile and the Blue Nile are the two major tributaries to the Nile.
History of the Nile
Most of the populations and all the cities at Egypt live near the Nile because it is their biggest resource.
When the climate change in Ancient Egypt, the inhabitants migrated to the Nile and settled in because they wanted a better farming settlement.
The Nile froze twice in record history in 829 and 1010.
The river in the past is called the Eonile.
The Eonile flowed during the later Miocene Period.
The Eonile had helped the Egyptian Civilization for thousands of years.
The Important of the Nile
The founding of the Egyptian Civilization was base on the Nile River providing many to the Egyptian people.
Water was important to people and livestock.
The Nile was important for proving fertile land for farming and attracting game.
The Nile River was convenient for transportation and goods.