Environment. Geography: "Egypt consists of a long valley never more than a few miles wide which the Nile traverses slowly from south to north over five hundred miles from the first cataract to Memphis. Here near the old capital, approximately where Cairo is located today, the Nile branches forming the fertile Delta which expands into a vast plain as it nears the Mediterranean. Topographically, Egypt is divided into two parts: the long and narrow Upper Egypt, limited on the east and west by mount9460
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