the effect of trade

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History

 

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Elizabeth J

 

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December 9, 2012

 

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University

 

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These reeds also allowed the ancient Egyptians to make paper on which to write important documents. Probably the biggest impact of agriculture is that in Egypt always depended upon the pooling of resources and labor so that the mineral rich waters of the Nile could be introduced inland for fertilization of lands...
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Early farmers dug trenches from the Nile shore to the farmlands, using draw wells and irrigation tools. Therefore, fields irrigated produced abundant annual crops. Also, from the flooding of the river, the mud turned into clay that allowed the first few settlers of the Nile River built houses of papyrus reeds that were all tied together in columns, with thatched roofs...
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