The Season of the Harvest or Low Water was the third and final season of the lunar and civil Egyptian calendars. It fell after the Season of the Emergence and before the spiritually dangerous month , after which the New Year's festivities began the Season of the Inundation
Egyptian farmers divided their year into three seasons, based on the cycles of the Nile River: Akhet - the inundation (June-September): The Flooding Season.
The Season of the Emergence or Proyet was the second season or Winter season of the Egyptian calendar. It fell roughly between early January and early May. Peret falls after the Season of the Inundation, also known as Akhet.