How did the Nile contribute to the formation of the state in Egypt?

The area of the Nile itself was quite favorable for the emergence of civilization. There were very rich lands here, which were enriched by the annual floods of the Nile. In this connection, the first farmers appeared here in 5-4 thousand. Already at the end of the 4th millennium, the Egyptian kingdom arose here, which could become one of the most developed states in antiquity. The Egyptians used the capabilities of the Nile to the maximum, they built irrigation canals and special shaduf wells to supply water to more distant lands.

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