Yes, Egypt has many palm trees and willow trees.
One of the most mystical plants was the papyrus (mehyt) - a symbol of life itself and the marsh from which all life came. Pillars of papyrus were thought to hold up the sky. It was also the symbol of Lower Egypt.
was there enough trees for a man to make a living as a carpenter in jesus's time
Yes ....... Thousands of them, most gardens have a palm tree in them. I have a huge Wahington Palm in mine, growing really well.
egypt was effected because people were cutting down trees
They traded for wood because there weren't many trees in Egypt, and they needed wood for boats and cabinets for the Upper Class of Egypt
There are no jungles in Egypt, Morocco or Ethiopia. -In parts of these countries even individual trees are special.
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Along the Nile River, all kinds of grasses and shrubs grow. There are also a number of trees that can survive the heat and humidity in Egypt if they are near water.
The cocos or coconut tree grows in tropical regions which have both warm conditions and regular rainfall. Egypt has the warmth, but rainfall is limited to one particular season of the year, which means that coconut palms do not grow there. Other types of palm trees were native to ancient Egypt; there were the date palm, the dellach palm and the doum palm. The dellach is now extinct in Egypt; the doum was used mainly for its strong timber.
dates and figsthe dates used to on the ends of the Nile river on trees and so did the figs.
because very few trees grew in Egypt so any wood had to be transported great distances.
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