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why was the river nile so important to the ancient egyptians?

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Egypt is mostly a desert, and the vegetation cannot grow in big parts of it. Nile was a water source in a country where water was rare. Additionally, Nile used to flood regularly, which means that big parts of land were moist and very fertile: Nile provided food to the Egyptians (through agriculture). 

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