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Why was the Nile river called "the gift of the Nile"? I need three reasons, please. I will supply the supporting details and examples myself.

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    The annual flooding produced rich silt for growing crops.

    People and goods traveled along the Nile.

    The river supplied fresh water for drinking, bathing, and irrigation of crops.

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