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  • The Nile River

    The Nile River The Nile Is considered one of the longest rivers in the world. It flows north into northeastern Africa and Eleven Countries share it as a water source. Those would be namely: Tanzania‚ Uganda‚ Rwanda‚ Burundi‚ Democratic republic of the Congo‚ Kenya‚ Ethiopia‚ Eritrea‚ South Sudan‚ and Egypt. Interesting fact in the ancient Egyptian language‚ the Nile is called Iteru‚ meaning “great river.” People say the source of the Nile is Lake Victoria. The Nile has been the lifeline of

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  • The Nile Valley

    This ancient land‚ 97 percent desert with the world’s longest river running through it‚ encompasses more than 6‚000 years of history and culture. The Nile Valley is first inhabited in the Lower Paleolithic Period 300‚000 BC–90‚000. Neolithic people continue to create stone tools‚ and exploit domesticated plants and animals 7000–4500. In the ensuing millennia many forms of art flourish‚ including jewelry and faience beads‚ ceramic vessels‚ geometric figures‚ and pottery‚ much of which is found in

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  • Blue Nile

    Question 1. What are some key factors in diamond retailing? How do Blue Nile‚ Zales‚ and Tiffany compare on those dimensions? All the companies involved in the diamond market want to have a big share of that market. And‚ the bigger the share‚ the company makes bigger revenue. It is very interesting that all three companies (even though they are in the same ‘business’) have different approaches in ‘taking market share’. An important fact is that the companies have a different clientele. The

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  • the river nile

    The River Nile The Nile is famous as the longest river in the world. The river got its name from the Greek word Neilos‚ which means valley. The two rivers that combine to make the Nile are the Euphrates and Tigris. The Nile floods the lands in Egypt‚ leaving behind black sediment. That’s why the ancient Egyptians named the river Aar‚ meaning black. The Nile River is actually 6695 kilometers (4184 miles) long. With such a long length‚ the Nile River is speculated to be the longest river in the

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  • River Nile

    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 litres per second. The lower course of the river in Egypt

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  • Nile River

    The Nile River is made up of two tributaries. The two tributaries are the White Nile‚ and the Blue Nile. These two rivers connect together in the Sudan and then continue on their long and large journey. Although these are its two main sources‚ many other smaller rivers flow into it as well. The Nile River is known as the longest river in the world. The river is about 4‚132 miles long and 1‚107‚000 square-miles deep. The Nile is located in Northern Africa and runs through Egypt‚ Ethiopia

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  • Nile River

    The picture that is being depicted on the paper given is the Nile Rive It is founded in the north of Africa‚ it is the longest river in Africa and possible the world. This river creates a fertile land which is great for farming and from this fertile land it allowed ancient Egyptians to have a large amount of food for both there friends‚ families‚ and for trade. From this the Nile river became one of the oldest civilizations in the world to began. The fertile soil allowed the ancient Egyptian to use

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  • Comparison Of Nile River And The Nile Delta

    are two natural landscape feature that does provide haven from the dry desert land‚ the Nile River and the Nile Delta. No one knows specifically how the river formed but there are theories. One theory is that the Nile river is a result of According to Britannica Encyclopedia‚ the Nile river moves northward toward the Mediterranean sea‚ cutting right through the deserts of Egypt. The valley created by the Nile river created fertile land for ancient civilization to be created; it also provides the

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  • Gift of the Nile

    Gift of the Nile Herodotus referred to Egypt as the “gift of the Nile” because without the Nile Egypt would not exist. The Nile is the most important physical feature in Egypt. It’s the longest river in the world and flows through the world’s largest desert. Without the Nile Egypt would not be able to exist because the area that Egypt is in it does not rain and there are no other rivers. Egypt only exists along the Nile and the rest is desert. The Nile is Egypt’s only source for water since it

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  • Gifts of the Nile River

    of Africa can all be understood through the gifts of the Nile River. Although The Nile River is still shrouded in opinions‚ including its length and source‚ virtually everyone acknowledges that Ancient Egypt and Ancient Africa could have never existed without these massive bodies of water. While the majority of Egypt is still covered in unforgivable sand‚ the river basin next to the Nile boasts wildlife and fertile soil. In Gifts of the Nile Valley it states‚ “at times it was a mile deep and fifteen

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