Ancient Egyptian Merchants?


Ancient Egyptian merchants were people who exchanged luxury or household items made in Egypt for items made in other countries. The merchants would then bring back the imported goods to Egypt and sell them to the Egyptians. The ancient Egyptian merchants would often trade their goods for grain and other things they needed for their own families.
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