Farming in Ancient Egypt
The different crops they grew. Egyptians grew crops such as wheat, barley, vegetables, figs, melons, pomegranates and vines.They also grew flax which was made into linen.
how the ancient egyptians irrigated their crops Most Nile irrigation takes the form of "flood irrigation", this is still commonly used today and occurs when the river rises (annually) in flood.
How ancient egyptians use animals for farming Ancient Egyptian Agriculture, Farming, Diet, Animals - Crystalinks
how farming changed the ancient world Just what the question says: How Did Agriculture Change The World? We're studying a unit like this in my Social Studies class, and I'm totally lost. I am totally not going to ask my teacher cause he'll skin my hide. Please don't post telling me to ask my teacher. Unless you actually have an answer to this question, don't post.

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