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The Egyptian Economy
 

1º de ESO Geography and History


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GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION

ECONOMY

SOCIETY

GOVERNMENT

WRITING and CULTURE

RELIGION

ART

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The Egyptian Economy
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Importante The Egyptian economy was based in agriculture and ranching, withCesta de nueces handicrafts and commerce also playing a role.Some fruits found in excavation
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The land was fertilized annually by the rising water levels of the Nile, and on this land they grew grain to make bread and beer, vegetables, linen to make fabric, etc. Bread, onion, and beer made up the basic diet of the working class.Onions

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The importance of the Nile river
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Ranching was primarily of cattle. The Egyptians were skilled craftsmen. They made pottery, jewelry, and fabric, some of which they exported to other states.
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Comerciaban con otros pueblos, fundamentalmente, a través delVase Mediterráneo. Utilizaban el río Nilo como Sailboatvía de comunicación y transporte de mercancías. VaseCollarCollar

 


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