Positive effects of Imperialism in Egypt are the industrialization of the nation and better sanitation and education. Negative effects are the amount of money that had to be paid to the British and that the British brought new disease.
There is no "Egypt" language, the language spoken in Egypt is Arabic.
The Pharaohs ruled Egypt because they wanted to be king of ancient Egypt
what is the political system in Egypt
roamans lived in rome not Egypt
The capital of Egypt (from the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt, in ca.3100BC) was Memphis.
positive i think
Positive effect - protects Egypt from Invasions Negative effect - yearly floods damage buildings and kill plants
there was no government, there were rulers and slaves
It protected Egypt from invaders. A negative effect is that it limited communication.
The heat is a bad thing about Egypt and so is the venemous snakes and animals out there. The good thing about Egypt is seeing the prymids and all the great locations in Egypt.
The negative effects were they didn't give Vern her caffeine, there was a riot on their hands. The positive effects were they gave Vern her caffeine and she only killed two people.
Negative because it employed much labor from the Egyptian people and it put the Egyptian people in debt to the British who, after not having sufficient funds to finish the canal, occupied Egypt after halting construction.
Imperialism in Egypt was positive because the Lord Cromer built a dam at Aswan to improve agriculture. It was a negative for Egypt because there was a lack of education beside elementary and technical education and the economic and social life were controlled by the British agents.
A red plant in ancient Egypt is papyrus, and yes, I AM POSITIVE!
He is stupid because he left Egypt for Rome and he Cleopatra.
egypt became communist and the new leader forced everybody over the age of five to work at hot dog factories.