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 cotton, wheat, sorghum, dates, citrus fruits, sugarcane, and
various legumes.1" Other local communities fished in the Nile River. "The first
great African civilization developed in the northern Nile Valley in about 5000 BC.
Dependent on agriculture, this state, called Egypt, relied on the flooding of the
Nile for irrigation and new soils.2"
The Nile was their only way of trading and fastest way of transportation.
Without the Nile it would take them a long time to go from city to city or trade.
Egyptians always depended on the Nile to flood, when the ice from the mountains
melted every year there was a flood. The flood from Nile left furtilizer for farming,
and when there wasn't a flood they depended on fishing and trading.
Pharaohs were very important to the Egyptians, they control everything.
for every great Pharaoh there was a pyramid built and the pharaoh was buried in
it with lots of beautiful artifacts built mostly from gold. Other small pharaohs like
King Tut were buried under ground, but with gold and statues and also his coffin
was solid gold. The Egyptians believed that the pharaohs were gods and did
everything they were told. Later people in ancient Egypt stopped believing in
many gods but most of them still did.
After king Tut was founded by Howard Carter, scentists examined his body
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