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Chapter 7

TEST REVIEW

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What is an element of ancient Egypt’s topography? An element of ancient Egypt’s topography is the Nile River Valley.
What was the most important physical feature to ancient settlers in Egypt? The most important physical feature to ancient settlers in Egypt was the Nile River.
Contrast the Jordan River from the Nile River. The Nile River flooded more than the Jordan River.
How did the Nile River flooding benefit the ancient Egyptians? A benefit from the Nile River flooding was the silt that was left behind made the ground fertile.
What was the benefit of being surrounded by a desert? A benefit from being surrounded by a desert was protection from invaders.
Why did people in Canaan choose to be herders instead of farmers? People in Canaan choose to be herders instead of farmers because the ground was hilly and dry because it didn’t flood.
Write one way people benefited by living near each of the following physical features. Mediterranean Sea – Nile River- Libyan and Arabian Desert- Red Sea- Sea of Galilee- Jordan River- No answer.
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