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Venn Diagram

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Max F-J

on 4 January 2013

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Egypt Mesopotamia Venn Diagram of Geography from Egypt and Mesopotamia By: Max Falk-Johnson
6A Egypt's main river was the Nile. Mesopotamia's main rivers were the Tigris and Euphrates. Both Egypt and
Mesopotamia were
dependent on rivers. Both of these areas
were also subjected
to flood waters. In Egypt the floods were predicted because they came at the same time every year. In Mesopotamia the floods were disasters until they developed irrigation and flood control. Egypt lies in the Sahara desert, but most of the cities lay near the Nile river which runs through the middle of Egypt. Mesopotamia lies in the Fertile Crescent between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. In Egypt the Nile River had a current flowing one way and a wind flowing the other. This allowed for 2 way travel with a sailboat. Something they had
in common was that
there was very little
rain. Two way travel helped
Egypt develop as a country. The annual flood renewed
the farmland. These disasters destroyed
farmer's fields. These floods destroyed the
farmers' fields. The fertile soil helped cities develop.
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