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Geography and the Early Settlement of Egypt, Kush, and Canaan. Chapter 7. topography. The shape and elevation of surface features, such as mountains or deserts, of a place or region. vegetation. The plants of a place or region. Nile River.

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Topography
topography Canaan

  • The shape and elevation of surface features, such as mountains or deserts, of a place or region


Vegetation
vegetation Canaan

  • The plants of a place or region


Nile river
Nile River Canaan

  • The longest river in the world, flowing through eastern Africa to a delta in northeastern Egypt


Egypt
Egypt Canaan

  • A nation in northeast Africa

  • first settled around 3100 B.C.E.


Kush Canaan

  • A society along the Nile River, south of Egypt

  • from about 2000 B.C.E. to 350 B.C.E.


Mediterranean sea
Mediterranean Sea Canaan

  • A body of water north of Africa


Canaan
Canaan Canaan

  • A land northeast of Egypt, settled by the ancient Israelites

  • from about 1800 B.C.E. to 70 C.E.


Jordan river
Jordan River Canaan

  • A river in southwestern Asia that flows from the Lebanon Mountains, south through the Sea of Galilee, into the Dead Sea


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