Nile River Flooding?


River Nile flooded due to accumulation of rain water from the Ethiopian Highlands and the melting of the snow. The river's flooding happened yearly before it was put under control by the damming of Lake Nasser.
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Between July and November.
Melting snow and heavy summer rain in the Ethiopian Mountains cause the Nile River to
The Nile river is in Africa. It runs in the northeast of Africa and is mostly associated with the Egyptian community. It is the longest river in the world.
The three stages of the Egyptian flood cycle were Akhet, the time of the Nile flood, Peret, the sowing time, and Shemu, the time of harvest. Without this cycle people would die from
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