Ancient Egypt. The pyramid builders. The Nile Valley:. a) Had rich, dark soil from the Nile valley to the Delta b) Was a natural settling place for the nomads. Why would this be? c) Protected people from enemies by means of the desert and cataracts. Nile River Valley and Nile Delta.
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The pyramid builders
Nile River Valley and Nile Delta
Peasant life in ancient Egypt was not always pleasant.
Most peasants made their living off the land through agricultural means. Grain, particularly wheat, was a staple crop of life in ancient Egypt.
As a result of few grazing lands and the expense of meat, most peasants subsisted off a diet of ground wheat foods, subsidized with meager vegetables.
The Egyptians were one of the first people to introduce the use of the ox-drawn plow; however the work of plowing, planting and harvesting would have still been very difficult.
Taxes were also imposed on the crops, which would have also made it difficult for most peasant families to move beyond their poor means.
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