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  • Huge Stone Slabs Down The Nile River
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    The Value of the Nile These people set an economic base for the development of our civilization. It also provided another base towards the hunting for food, and fishing to survive in the dry arid climate of ancient Egypt. The Ancient People of Egypt were dependent on their natural resources to survive in the dry climate. They were mostly very dependent on the climate as well as their natural resources to produce their food and crops. The development of the Egyptian civilization was the Nile Rive...
  • Lifestyles In Egypt's Cities
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    Egypt Egypt became a birthplace of civilization long before the start of written history. Egypt is an Arab nation in the northeastern corner of Africa; also it is the twelfth largest country. With 386,650 square miles, which is about the size of Texas and features the Nile River traveling through the middle thus indicating the heart of Egypt. Its floodwaters deposited rich, black soil on the land year after year, enabling farmers to grow huge supplies of food. The Nile also provided water for ir...
  • Nile River
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    Religion can be thought of as the recognition by human beings of a superhuman power that controls the universe and everything that is, was, or shall be in it. Each individual human being can consider that the superhuman control power is a deity worthy of being loved; or capable of inspiring awe, obedience, and even fear. The effect of these feelings on individuals can lead to the setting up of a system of worship of the deity; and to the drawing up of a code of beliefs and conduct inspired by th...
  • Nile River Basin
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    The Nile is the longest river in the world which is located in Africa. It spans itself from Lake Victoria in east central Africa to Egypt. It flows generally north through Uganda, Sudan, and Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea, for an approximate distance of 5,584 km From its remotest headstream, the Luvironza River in Burundi, the river is 6,695 km long. The river basin has an area of about 3,350,000 sq km. Its average discharge is 3.1 million livres per second. The lower course of the river in Egyp...
  • Communities Around River Valleys
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    The beginning of time has always played a major role in history. The beginning of time explains the reasons for each and every creature, plant, and unexplainable phenomena that have occurred on this earth. Chapter one of World History: A Topical Approach primarily explains to the reader the different arguments that people believe are true. There are many claims that scientist have found to be very true, but then there are others who believe in a phenomenon quite different. Some scientists date t...
  • Essential Nile Many Features Of Civilization
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    The Essential Nile Many features of civilization have evolved over time to become what one commonly thinks of as 'civilized society. ' The development of government and writing in the classical civilization of Egypt can be credited to the reliability of the Nile River. The Nile was a source of unification and centralization in the Egyptian society, helping in the development of government and writing with the growth of surpluses. The Nile River, because of its predictable cycles, 'unified and ce...
  • Small Pharaohs Like King Tut
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    The Nile The Nile river was the most important thing to Ancient Egyptians. The Egyptians were very smart because they were settled near a river. Without the Nile the Egyptians wouldn't survive, and even now we wouldn't study their history. The Nile was so important because it gave them water and fertilizer for farming and they believed in a God of the Nile whos name was Osiris The God of The Nile River. "Irrigation along much of the river supported the growth of agricultural products such as cot...
  • Lakes And Rivers Of Central Africa
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    Mungo Park was a Scottish explorer who led one of the first expeditions to investigate the course of the Niger river in Western Africa. Mungo Park was a 23 year-old scottish surgeon surgeon who had just returned from a journey to Sumatra on a ship of the East India Company. There he had discovered 6 species of fish, he had published descriptions in a Scientific Journal. In 1795, Park had gone to Piscina, on an offer to research further into Africa. Park had accepted and a severe fever overcame h...
  • Great Civilization Along The Nile River
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    Brittney Jasper Jasper 1 Chadic k History of Civilization September 22, 2003 The Effects of Geography on Egypt's Development Egypt, an ancient civilization in Africa, developed a great civilization along the Nile River. Without the Nile River, the land could not have supported the great civilization that appeared in Egypt. The geography of Egypt had many negative and positive effects such as the Nile River and the deserts. This civilization developed in the fertile valley provided by the Nile. T...
  • Sediment Load Of The Huang He
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    'What happens to Sediment carried by Rivers?' 1. Describe the sediment budget of the River Start catchment in South Devon? The amount of sediment eroded from soil in the River Start is about 107 tonnes / km 2/year. As sediment is moved down the river 16 tonnes / km 2/year (15% of the sediment) is stored in hedgerows. 91 tonnes / km 2/year (85%) of sediment makes it to the lower Start Valley. 62 tonnes / km 2/year (58%) is stored in floodplains and 27% (29 tonnes / km 2/year) of the sediment yiel...
  • Flooding Of The Nile For Fertile Soil
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    ? All of Egypt is the gift of the Nile.? It was the Greek historian Herodotus who made that observation. The remarkable benefits of the Nile are clear to everyone, but through history he was the first to talk about it and consider its fascination. Through history, the Nile played a major role in the building of civilizations. The first civilizations to appear in history started on a river valley or in a place where resources are numerous and example of these are in India where Indus river is fou...

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