Why was Napoleon so important to the ancient Egyptians?
Napoleon is very important for ancient Egypt and its civilization since the expedition of the French Army to Egypt triggered the archeological interest and search that lead to the discovery of the Roseta Stone the decoding of hieroglyphics the reveal of the valley of Kings and so on... The process is still going on 210 years later
The ancient egyptians found the Nile River to be the most important thing because it gave them their basic resources. Deserts surround/surrounded Egypt so the Nile was the non- dry spot. The Black land was fertile because of the Nile. Also it was said Egypt was important because of the "gift of the Nile.'
Ancient Egyptians invented the clock and the 365 day calendar. They used various forms of astronomy in order to discern various facts, including the time of year, so that they could prepare for important events (namely, the yearly flooding of the River Nile). The Ancient Egyptians produced basic machinery, for purposes such as farming, which often used pulley mechanisms. Alcoholic beverages were produced by the Ancient Egyptians.