Egyptians grew crops such as wheat, barley, vegetables, figs, melons, pomegranates and vines.They also grew flax which was made into linen.
The most important crop was grain. The ancient Egyptians used grain to make bread, porridge and beer.
The ancient Egyptians used a device called a shaduf to irrigate their crops.
They had black rich soil which made it easy to grow crops and plants.
Ancient Egyptians depended on the Nile flooding which irrigated their crops.
They worked in the fields producing crops
Barley & Wheat
Ancient Egyptians used irrigation to control flooding/ watering.
The yearling flooding was important to the ancient Egyptians because it helped them know when to plant their crops.
Ancient Egyptians traded for iron, copper, horses, spices, and cattle.
The Ancient Egyptians did many things with their crops. With many of them, such as wheat barley, beans, onions, and others were used for cooking and food. But there were also some crops that were used for other purposes, such as flax, which was made into linen, and helped make clothing.The Egyptians had built a shadouf to increase their production of crops.
It helped the egyptians soil be rich so their crops could grow.
The ancient Egyptians grew wheat and other crops during their time
By hunting animals, farming animals, and farming crops.
maze, wheat or corn.
yes because he provided crops and a healer
The Ancient Egyptians grew many crops. Some are wheat, barley, and vegetables. Also, they grew papyrus, which they then used to make paper.
the seasons affect the Egyptians as the seasons tell the Egyptians when to harvest, plant and store the crops and if it its a good season there will be more crops if its a bad season then they would get less crops hope this helps
MAZE-- aka cornWheat
Ancient Egyptians needed the floods to irrigate crops. Egyptians would measure the water with a nilometer so people upstream would be aware of how much water was coming.
The ancient Egyptians develop as a well governed civilization because it helped water crops
They used the Nile River water to irrigate their crops.
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