This shows a full satellite view of the Nile River. You can see the differences in the width of the river as it travels through the desert and at its end at the Mediterranean Sea. It is more difficult to track once the surrounding area gets full of life again, but based on the nearby lakes, you can locate the origins of the Blue and White Nile Rivers.
Ancient Roman city discovered under the silt of the Nile Delta | 30 June 2014 | Luxor Times Magazine | Dr. Mamdouh El Damaty, Minister of Antiquities and Heritage, announced the discovery of the remains of a Roman ancient city about 25 kilometres to the south of Rosetta in Behira governorate.
Solid gold bracelets set with lapis lazuli and bearing the cartouches of Ramesses II. The lapis lazuli forms the central body of a goose, which has two heads and a tail worked in gold. Found in 1906 in the Nile Delta, the bracelets were probably a gift from the king to a favored courtier.