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Many cities in Palestine survived. even though, the prices of the Egyptian funding have been excessive, and returns very restricted. by way of the 11th century, the cities that the Egyptian presence had stored in lifestyles via those worst of occasions slowly took the line to restoration, because the drought ended. The inhabitants begun the gradual technique of rebuilding the financial system and reviving their society. 2 constructing highland settlements earlier than the drought, the majority of Palestine’s inhabitants lived in significant cities in crucial valleys and at the coastal undeniable. Small-village existence and such a lot of highland agriculture had lengthy because nearly disappeared. by the point the drought ended round 1050 BCE, even if, the distribution of the inhabitants had altered significantly. Already within the 13th century, in an early reaction to the worsening weather, farmers started to circulate out of the bigger cities. They cultivated extra distant and remoted components of the lowlands. This improvement used to be marked within the vital coastal undeniable. From round 1200 BCE, villages increased in the course of the Acco simple, the Jezreel, the Beth Shan and the northern Jordan valleys. because the numbers of refugees within the lowlands swelled, they started entering into the highlands, and particularly into the primary highlands north of Jerusalem. while Egypt’s exchange with the Hittites, North Syria and Lebanon had first damaged down, they misplaced such a lot in their providers of trees and oil: crucial items that Egypt, with its flood agriculture and barren region weather, couldn't produce itself. It have been principally to make sure such items that Egyptian armies first elevated the empire into Asia. The Mycenaean drought now compelled the Egyptians into restructuring their pursuits. in the course of the first half the 12th century BCE, after Ugarit and Hatti had fallen and Mediterranean delivery had ceased, Egypt intensified its presence in Palestine. It appeared to this area to provide its markets. Egyptian garrisons have been reinforced within the Jezreel alley, at Beth Shan and at the southern coastal simple. Egypt brought Egyptian buying and selling colonies for the 1st time and outfitted garrisons for troops to guard them. This elevated imperial presence was once an important point in stabilizing the economic system of the lowlands. It supplied a alternate outlet to its agriculture, and inspired resettlement in the various deserted components of the lowlands. It moved refugees and homeless into the reduce Galilee and into the highlands to chop trees and construct villages. This relieved the cities of a lot of the strain of displaced folks within the technique of reconstructing their shattered lives. via many of the drought, the political balance that Egypt’s presence supplied enabled town tradition of lowland Palestine to outlive. This helped Palestine stay away from a lot of the devastation that the Aegean and coastal Anatolia had suffered. With the backing of the pursuits of Egyptian exchange, keen to pay inflated costs for either trees and oil, marketers moved to open ever better components of the highlands to cost via refugees and different displaced people.