What watered the Egyptian's crops?
Ancient Egyptians used water from the Nile River to irrigate their crops. In addition, the Nile flooded its banks annually which enriched the soil, making it much more fertile than surrounded land.
The ancient Egyptians used the land around the Nile river for 1. planting crops so when the Nile flooded, the crops were watered. 2. they built up some of the surrounding land to create wall-like structures that controlled the flooding. Thank You for asking this question so that I can gladly answer!