Asked in Ancient Egypt
What role did the nile play in supplying Eygpts foods?
The Nile supply the food for Egypt by allowing the land to thrive, and by making the soil fresh to grow crops. ...
What role did the Nile play in supplying the Egypt with the foods they ate?
The Nile supplied water for crops and animals. Its yearly floods brought silt on to the fields which improved their fertility. ...
Asked in Africa, Lakes and Rivers, The River Nile
Would the river Nile been important to help provide water for the crops?
Essential! If the Nile didnt flood, the farmers and their families would die of starvation ...
Asked in Ancient History, Egypt, Ancient Egypt
Why is most farming in ancient egypt and in present day egypt done along the nile?
Because Nile is the only river which can provide the water directly to the crops so that it would not take time for Egyptians ...
Asked in The River Nile
Why do Egyptians call the Nile River the giver and taker of life?
The Egyptians called the Nile River the giver and taker of life because when the Nile River would flood it would destroy crops and many lives were lost. They called it the giver of life because it provided food, water, and it developed the Egyptians knowledge. It also created grass to grow crops and many foods. ...
Asked in Ancient History, Ancient Egypt
What was the early Egyptian civilization dependent on?
They were dependent on the Nile River for their transportation and for irrigation of crops. The yearly floods of the Nile served to maintain the fertility of the soil. Economically, the rule of the Pharoahs depended on a lower class (or slaves) to provide labor. ...
Asked in Geography, Lakes and Rivers, The River Nile
What other valuable resources did the Nile River provide the Egyptians besides than water?
-The Nile River provided perfect transportation for traveling. -When the Nile River flooded, it left back very fertile land, which was great for farming. -The Nile River was salt water, so it provided great food (fish) for eating. ...
Asked in Ancient Egypt, The River Nile
How were the egyptans dependent upon the flooding of the nile?
Egypt is a desert area and the only source of water for growing crops was that of the Nile. The annual flood of the Nile inundated the Nile delta area and provided the water and new fertile silt necessary for farmers to grow their crops. ...