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Egyptian's ate animals as one of the foods.

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they ate bread, animals and vegetables


They ate meats fruits vegestables. They drank beer 4 te poor ppl and wine 4 the rich ppl


They liked the Egyptions style of liveing and decited to copy them..... they made pyrimids but smaller than the ones the Egyptions made. and they made up a way to write with pictures like the Egyptions.


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Your answer is: the Egyptions. In early years the Egyptions made fluffy white bread with wheat. They then relized the bread would cook under the heat of the sun.


either Greeks or egyptions


i think they invented hyrogliphics


a pharoes duty is to lead the egyptions


the nile river was important to ancient egyptions because it allowed the ancient egyptions to have systems of transportation, sanitation, and irrigation. the nile river helped the ancient egyptions stay functional. I love cake ^^ I love cake too. c: <3


it was the belife of egyptions


to show how much the egyptions treasured the person


It was the egyptions and the native american


because they seperated the israelites from the egyptions


The egyptions planted crops in Giza.


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One example of how technology helped the Egyptions understand the Nile is the nilometor. The nilometer helped the Egyptions measure how much of the Nile river flooded.


Egyptians live in Egypt, unless they have settled abroad.


Egypt, the valley of the lower reaches of the Nile.


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the egyptions did. they wore a lot of jewelry resembeling their cultures



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