Handmade item. Material: Limestone Dimensions:31.5 L x 20.6 W x 2 D cm 12.40 x 8.11 x 0.79 Inch Agriculture in ancient Egypt This stone resembles ancient Egyptian history regarding Agriculture for they were pioneers in the field of farming and cultivation that made them capable enough to build their own powerful and successful empire along the banks of the Nile River. Agriculture has played a key role in the Egyptian history and had impacted the lives of Egyptians from the past decades up until modern times. It was the foundation of the ancient Egyptian economy. The pharos where considered to have the infrastructural knowledge of agriculture and economy, not only that but they managed to record the history, tools and practices of agriculture over a long period that extends from prehistoric to modern times. Agricultural practices began on the Nile river bank ; the Delta Region of northern Egypt and on the fertile basin lands known as Faiyum in the Predynastic Period (c. 6000 - c. 3150 BCE), So rich and productive where the fields of Egypt that, in a suitable season, they stored enough abundant quantities of food for a year and would still have surplus, which was stored in state-owned storehouses and used in industry or saved for inadequate times. No matter how roughly nature acted against agriculture an unsatisfactory growing season was always the aftermath of shallow floods by the Nile.
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