Thus, in this realization, the objective of this dissertation is to access, analyze and describe the influence of the Nile Valley in the process of establishment of the Egyptian civilization.
In establishing the processes of influenced by the Nile Valley (River) in the establishment of the region to the extended dynastic establishments, the timeline ranges from the ancient periods in which various activities and establishments occurred, taking root in the development of each of the histories of the region. Describing the influence from the perspective of the various timelines, it incorporates the Pre-dynastic period, in which there did not exist much of the region as a dynasty. Then there is early dynastic period, followed by the establishment of the Old Kingdom. There are several intermediate periods between the transitions of the kingdoms up to the New Kingdom and later the Late Period. In the context of all these periods, it is notable the Valley and its endowments in wealth and resources facilitated the establishment and evolution of various artefacts of the Egyptian civilization (Subias, Fiz & Cuesta 31). Such areas of influence include it influenced the political arrangements and establishment of the region, aspects of immigrations, population composition, agricultural establishments, as well as, social and economic developments of the civilization process.
In influencing the development of the region, the region historically indicates that it attracted proto-humans and human groups who roamed the region as foragers. The aspects of global climate and environmental impacts range back to 10,000 B.C. in which various changes resulted, including the influence of de-glaciations in Europe, which increased rain Africa, called the pluvial period. Further, there was cooling, causing decreased rain in Africa; hence, aspects of desiccation and desertification of the Sahara began (Sonneborn 132).