How did ancient Egyptians get water out of the nile?
They used the Archimedes Screw
They did not call the Nile a calendar, although water levels were measured and recorded by priests to try to predict levels of flooding. Some riverside temples had stones carved with lines marking the water levels at different seasons. The ancient Egyptians called the Nile H3py, which was also the name of the river god.
Farming: After the flood, the Nile would leave thick rich mud (black silt) which was excellent soil to plant seeds in after it had been ploughed. Food: The Nile gave the ancient Egyptians food. They used spears and nets to catch fish in the river. They would also use the nets to catch birds that flew close to the surface of the water. Transportation: The Nile was the quickest and easiest way to travel from…