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Transcript of Darren Rolston
Lies an amazing ancient country..........
Located Deep in the huge African Continent.......
The Topic we are going to cover is.........
The stuff we are going to cover:
Land Farms of Egypt
The importance of the Nile River
The Red Sea
The Mediterranran Sea
DID YOU KNOW??????
People swam in the Nile River, but they had to watch for crocodiles, and other dangerous creatures.
The ancient Egyptians thought of Egypt as being divided in to 2 types
Now how about some facts with the Geography in Egypt.
Lets start with some facts for the Nile River
In the summers, Egypt's temperature ranges from 77F to 104F.
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Factmonster-egypt. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0107484.html
Infoplease egypt. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107484.html
The Blackland, was the fertile land on the banks of the Nile. The Ancient Egyptians used this land to grow their crops.
The Red Land was the barren desert that protected Egypt on two sides.
Egypt is located in North Eastern Africa
The Nile River is the largest river in the world. The Nile had a great impact on the Egyptians.
The countries and continents bordering Egypt are:
When Egypt became a united country, for the first time,
King Narmer of upper Egypt, defeated the ruler of lower Egypt.
From high up, the delta of the Nile River looks like a triangular leaf covered with veins.
Egypt's year starts with it's annual floods
The Nile River is 155 miles long
The Nile starts 100 mi (161 km) south of the Mediterranean sea