Ancient Egypt Analysis

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Eduardo Rodriguez
AFH2000
Paper Number Two

In the beginning, an emerging consolidated state which we distinguish as Ancient Egypt founded itself from variegated tribes around the period 3100BC. During this point the state was ruled by a single man exhibiting symbols and commands of monarchy in a distinct area, assisted by his secretarial organization. The Nile at this period was the leading route of communication but was accountable to postponements since the wind was unpredictable and dangerous to navigate through. The outcome of this concluded with combined states but also with some government choices being delayed as they traveled to certain parts of the kingdom. Since north eastern Africa was mainly desert it is very unlikely it would’ve
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The flood month as discussed above was in June, also called flooding season. Minimum farming was done at this time since all the fields were flooded. Instead, farmers got another job working for the pharaohs, building temples or pyramids. Others instead of working for the pharaohs decided to spend their time mending tools or looking for animals. The other season cycle is called Peret which starts around mid-October and ends late February, this cycle is known as the growing season. During mid-October the flood waters recede leaving a fertile layer of black soil. This time is also time to repair canals and prepare for the next flood. Others instead of farming fished for extra money or food, since the Nile River provided great quality fish. To this day a question people don’t know the answer to is why the Nile River floods. The rainfall in Africa, particularly the one coming from the Highlands of Ethiopian, melt the snow causing an excessive amount of water traveling downhill forming the flood. More or less than ninety-seven percent of Egypt is all desert and therefore dependent deeply on the Nile River for its presence. The three percentage left is occupied and categorized to be the only land suitable for agriculture. Since the small percent is the only percent that is suitable, it’s also the only percent of the land that is habitable. Dense populations are able to be seen and around every square kilometer more than a thousand people can be seen. The sweat and blood of Ancient Egypt came from it, providing an extensive transportation

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