Compare Egypt and Mesopotamia 1 river floods 2 soil fertility 3 vegetation 4 building

Compare Egypt and Mesopotamia 1 river floods 2 soil fertility 3 vegetation 4 building material 5 writing and climatic conditions

River floods:

Every year the Nile, Tigris and Euphrates flooded.

Soil fertility:

The land on the territory of Egypt near the Nile River basin was very fertile, in fact, it was black soil. In Mesopotamia, there was a clayey red soil that was enriched by the constant flooding of rivers.

Vegetation:

In these regions it was approximately the same. Only outside the Nile basin was it very rare.

Construction material:

In ancient Egypt, reeds, earth, clay, and so on were used. In Mesopotamia, clay was the main building material.

The writing of these civilizations was cuneiform.

Climatic conditions:

Egypt: hot and dry climate; Mesopotamia: Warm and auspicious.




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