Description: The Nile was also a convenient and efficient means of transportation for people and goods. The Nile was also an important part of ancient Egyptian spiritual life. Hapi was the god of the annual floods, and both he and the pharaoh were thought to control the flooding. The Nile was considered to be a causeway from life to death and the afterlife.
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6. Nile River | Facts, Definition, Map, History, & Location ...
Description: The Nile River is approximately 4,100 miles long and was historically thought to be the longest river in the world. There is plenty of debate surrounding this, however, for many believe the Amazon River in South America might be longer. According to the United States Geological Survey, the Nile is about 100 miles longer than the Amazon.
Description: The Nile River is the longest river in the world. The Nile flows into the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile has a length of about 6,695 kilometers (4,160 miles) Its average discharge is 3.1 million litres (680,000 gallons) per second. The Nile basin is huge and includes parts of Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Congo (Kinshasa), Kenya.
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Description: The "Nile" series is packaged with other related series by the sponsoring Athens newspaper as "The Mysteries of Ancient Egypt" in an attractive good quality box set container. DVD 2, which I haven't' seen yet contains two related BBC series, "Building the Great Pyramid" and "Egypt's Lost City", both BBC/Time Life/TLC productions.