Which are characteristics of trade in ancient egypt? select 2 1. egyptians imported lumber because there

Which are characteristics of trade in ancient egypt?

select 2

1. egyptians imported lumber because there were few trees in egypt.

2. traders came and went using the red sea, the nile river, and desert caravans.

3. egypt's trading partners were usually limited to other african peoples.

4. egypt had its own silver and gem mining.

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  1. Among the given options it can be said that options “B” and “C” were the characteristics of trade in ancient Egypt. Most traders of ancient Egypt use the river Nile, the Red sea and the desert caravans to do their trade. Although there were plenty of food and minerals in Egypt, but they lacked trees for wood. They had to import wood from other countries. In ancient Egypt food was in abundance and so it was not required to import.

  2. The characteristics of trade in ancient Egypt are:

    C.  Egyptians imported lumber because there were few trees in Egypt.

    D.  Traders came and went using the Red Sea, the Nile River, and desert caravans.

    The lack of trees in Egypt is caused by it's hot and dry climate with lack of soil that contains important nutrients for plants to live.

    Traders that come into Egypt had to go through natural barriers (sea and desert), which is why all of those vehicles are needed. Egypt developed a trade relationship with other Asian, European, and African civilizations but their major business partners located around the middle east region.

  3. D.The Silk Road contributed to the exchange of ideas between cultures.

    B. Wealthy Romans wanted silks and spices from the East.

    C.Goods traveled to Rome along a network of roads now known as the Silk Road and were shipped across the Mediterranean Sea.

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  4. All options are correct.

    Explanation:

    In ancient Egypt, trade was done among the Egyptians and also among other peoples. Foreign trade was organized by Pharaoh, who was responsible for commanding the expeditions. Geographically, Egypt was favored and had business with some Greek islands, with Africa and with Asia. The exchange of goods was used as exchange.

    The Nile River provided an avenue for commerce and many people came from other regions looking for Egyptian products. The main products that the Egyptians exported were gold (much requested by other peoples), papyrus, flax, wheat and artifacts made by artisans. There are reports of Egyptian horse exports to other parts of Africa. In addition, the Egyptians imported lapis lazuli from what today is Afghanistan.

  5. Out of all the given options, the characteristics of trade in ancient Egypt that are correct as follows,

    Egyptians imported lapis lazuli from what is now Afghanistan. Egypt exported horses to other parts of Africa.

    Options C and D

    Explanation:

    In ancient Egypt, trade was done among the Egyptians and also among other peoples. Foreign trade was organized by Pharaoh, who was responsible for commanding the expeditions. Geographically, Egypt was favoured and had business with some Greek islands, with Africa and with Asia.

    The exchange of goods was used as exchange. The Nile River provided an avenue for commerce and many people came from other regions looking for Egyptian products but not often to trade.

    The main products that the Egyptians exported were gold (much requested by other peoples), papyrus, flax, wheat and artifacts made by artisans. There are reports of Egyptian horse exports to other parts of Africa. In addition, the Egyptians imported lapis lazuli from what today is Afghanistan.

  6. The correct answers are C. Egypt imported horses and A. Egypt traded for cedar from Lebanon

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  7. The answers are:

    1. Egyptians imported lumber because there were few trees in Egypt.

    2. Traders came and went using the Red Sea, the Nile River, and desert caravans.

    Explanation:

    1- Trees in ancient Egypt were comparatively rare, and quality timber had to be imported from abroad.

    2-The overland trade route through the Wadi Hammamat wound from the Nile to the Red Sea, the goods packed and tied to the backs of donkeys.

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