How did Egyptians move water?
In their mouths.
Can you think of another way the egyptians might have tried to reduce friction to move the heavy blocks?
The Egyptians relied on the Nile River for farming because the Nile River was the source of water for the Egyptians. The rest of the land around them was mostly desert. They may have irrigated water to get their plants the water they needed. (they may have used other metohds of watering their plants too.)
It helped them because they can get water supply easily, and it could hurt them because they had big floods. It gave them water for water supply but it hurt Egypt because it flooded the crops Cataracts (the white water rapids of the Nile) prevented potential invasions using the River Nile--but they also kept Egyptians from getting very far. The cataracts harmed the Egyptians because it held back ships that tried to move though the…