Geographical location, natural conditions and population of Ancient Egypt

• the relative geographic isolation of the country saved Egypt from the interference of other states;
• the presence of the fertile Nile Valley, stretching from south to north to the Mediterranean Sea with a length of 1,120 km;
• the floods of the Nile are a gift of the river to farmers, bringing brown silt to the ground. The ancient name of Egypt – “Kemet” (“black earth”) – emphasizes the blessing of the water element

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