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The Harsh Climate And Nile River Valley

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The harsh climate pushed the early Egyptian tribes toward the Nile River Valley, where the long, strong river kept the surrounding areas growing rich and green through regular flooding.This allowed the civilization to develop well even in the hot, dry desert.
Floods cover the river valleys, leaving the matter that settles needed for trees, plants, and crops grow.Egypt is often divided into two sections: Upper Egypt ㏌ the south and Lower Egypt ㏌ the north. The sections are named this way because the Nile flows from south to north. The river empties ㏌to the Mediterranean
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