What did the ancient egyptians trade for?
Gold, cedar, silver, ivory, animal skins, precious and semi-precious stones, olive oil, wine etc
Ancient Romans, Ancient Persians, Ancient Greeks, the ancient Chinese through silk road trade, the Gupta and Maurya Indians through the silk road, the Germanic tribes such as the Vandals and Ostrogoths, the Huns from the east, Egyptians through trade with the port Alexandria, and the Vikings in the north.
The descendants of the Ancient Egyptians are mostly the Coptic Egyptians, as the rest of the Egyptians are Arabs who came from what is now called Saudi Arabia. Since Ancient Egyptians were neither Arabs nor did they speak Arabic, most modern Egyptians have no connection to the Ancient Egyptians since they're Arabs.
The Egyptians were masters of trade in the ancient world. Encouraged by Hatsheput .expedition to Punt and Thutmose III's .trades for rich loot in Southwest Asia and the Mediterranean Region, Egypt was a center of trade. Egyptians and their trading partners sailed along the Nile River to trade their goods, but sometimes also traveled to and from the Eastern or Western Deserts. Egyptians bartered with their precious resources, including gold, papyrus, linen, and grain.