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What did the ancient egyptians trade for?

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Gold, cedar, silver, ivory, animal skins, precious and semi-precious stones, olive oil, wine etc.
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First of all you can't speak ancient Egyptian. The language has been dead for ofer 1500 years and no one alive has ever heard it. We do know some pronunciations but that falls fare
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1. Look at the region in which ancient Egyptians lived. The ancient Egyptian civilization seemed to thrive in the Nile River delta area. The Nile River was a steady water source for
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Check out the link below. It goes into detail of what they traded. Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Egy….
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