The exhibition showcases a group of Mais, beans and lupine seeds, and dried flowers and grapes, according to the Director General of Luxor Museum Alaa El-Menshawi.
Visitors can also find on display a collection of tools used in cultivation and artefacts, including two engravings: one depicting a farmer harvesting fruits and the other two women facing a lotus flower.
They can also marvel at an amulet representing the birth of the god Herpocrates from a lotus flower, in addition to palm tree baskets that were once used in storing seeds.
Ancient Egyptians celebrated Inundation Day every year on the 15th of August to commemorate the arrival of the flood water in the Nile River and the start of the akhet - flooding - season.
Ancient Egyptians revered the Nile River, representing it by the god Hapi, the god of the Nile and the annual flood.