Ancient Egypt Geography – the Nile Top 10 Longest Rivers in The World 2 months ago   09:25

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Ancient Egypt Geography – the Nile River

When you think of ancient Egypt, one of the first things that may come to mind is the Nile River. The Nile was central to ancient Egyptian life and ancient Egypt’s geography. Why was the Nile so important? Find out in this video.
In this video, we’ll talk about ancient Egyptian geography and the Nile River was vital to ancient Egyptian life and discuss what the environment was like around this world’s longest river.

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Good introductions to ancient Egypt with very solid sections on ancient Egypt’s geography:

☥Salima Ikram, Ancient Egypt: An Introduction -

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A more detailed history:

☥Marc van de Mieroop, A History of Ancient Egypt -


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Comments 22 Comments

Thanks so much, I love this video I got so much done in school!!!!!!
nure namira
Great video. But why is it called "Dead Speak Online" 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤨🤨
Jackie Remis
excellent, thank you.
Geoffrey Kerr-Morgan
In Middlesbrough UK where I live we have a monthly Egyptology group with a speaker at each session . We hold open public meetings no previous knowledge needed. People can bring items along to show the group. Are there any other similar groups it would be nice to hear from other groups or individuals. We have a Facebook site Egyptology Middlesbrough. We get around 20 people a session
Eric Sanchez
i love dis
Bill Collector
I would search along the edges of the old Nile delta west of the current Nile river for signs of older Egyptian structures and artifacts. The former Nile delta should be very fertile farmland as it is mostly silt. Tens of thousands of years of it. On Google earth you can clearly see the former Nile delta as it is darker soil, you can make out the aluvial fan, some wadis are located along this fans extremities. The ground water should be more abundant as well. This former river bed should contain a bounty of fertility as well as ground water to support some agriculture in this area.
Element Air
This is great. It’d be great to learn about the entirety of their diets (did they have fruit?), and to learn about where the pyramids are in relation to the Nile.
Could you make a video about Mesopotamia
Kaileen Porras
I loved this episode! :)
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