Asked in Ancient Egypt
Did the Nile River and the Sahara Desert were important natural barriers that kept the Egyptian people safe from invaders?
Nile River and the Sahara Desert were important natural barriers that kept the Egyptian people safe from invaders. I hope the information works for you. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, The River Nile
How did the nile create natural defenses that kept out invaders?
it made the invaders hard to get in because of the deserts, the cataracts.... and the river itself ...
Asked in Ancient History
How did deserts effect early civilizations?
Deserts like Egypt have rivers like the Nile, which flood and provide fertile soil for good farming, they have cataracts, or natural river barriers, that block the rivers at certain places. The climate was hot and dry, which meant farming wasn't too good unless there was a fertile delta or river nearby. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Mesopotamia
Does Mesopotamia have cataracts in its rivers?
No! Mesopotamia has two rivers called the Euphrates River and the Tigris River. No cataracts have ever been found in any part of neither of the two rivers in Mesopotamia that were located in Asia many, many years ago. ...
Asked in The River Nile, Kingdom of Kush
How did the cataracts of the Nile river affect Nubian trade?
Because of the cataracts, people could not travel through Nubia by river. Instead, the Nubians developed trade routes over land. ...