Compare Egypt and Mesopotamia 1 river floods 2 soil fertility 3 vegetation 4 building material 5 writing and climatic conditions
Every year the Nile, Tigris and Euphrates flooded.
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.
In these regions it was approximately the same. Only outside the Nile basin was it very rare.
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.
Egypt: hot and dry climate; Mesopotamia: Warm and auspicious.
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