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Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone by Henry Joseph Scott

Title Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone
Author Henry Joseph Scott
Publisher
Release 1993
Category Egyptian language
Total Pages 95
ISBN 9781566190688
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Describes the grammar, pronunciation, and writing of words and sentences in hieroglyphs.

Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone by Joseph and Lenore Scott

Title Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone
Author Joseph and Lenore Scott
Publisher
Release 1968
Category Egyptian language
Total Pages 95
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Describes the grammar, pronunciation, and writing of words and sentences in hieroglyphs.

Title Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone
Author Joseph Scott
Publisher
Release 1968
Category Egyptian language
Total Pages 95
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs
Author Mark Collier
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release 2003
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 179
ISBN 9780520239494
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With the help of Egyptologists Collier and Manley, museum-goers, tourists, and armchair travelers alike can gain a basic knowledge of the language and culture of ancient Egypt. Each chapter introduces a new aspect of hieroglyphic script and encourages acquisition of reading skills with practical exercises. 200 illustrations.

How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs by Charles E. Nichols

Title How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs
Author Charles E. Nichols
Publisher Charles Nichols
Release 2008-08
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 148
ISBN 1438264682
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is written for high school students and beginners. It avoids using complicated grammar. The examples are kept simple. In many cases the hieroglyphs are "unrolled" - each hieroglyphic word is presented to the student one hieroglyph at a time, just as we write an English word one letter at a time. Each hieroglyph is treated as if it were a letter. This makes it much easier for the beginning student. Volume 1 consists of a series of simple lessons which when completed will enable the student to read many simple hieroglyphic sentences and significant parts of more complex sentences. The grammar presented is "Middle Egyptian" which is the most common version taught. It is not necessary to have previously studied any other foreign language. In many ways, learning ancient Egyptian will be easier for the student who has never studied a foreign language before.

Egyptian Hieroglyphics by Stéphane Rossini

Title Egyptian Hieroglyphics
Author Stéphane Rossini
Publisher Courier Corporation
Release 1989-06
Category History
Total Pages 96
ISBN 0486260135
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Guides readers to understand and transcribe hieroglyphics by presenting and explaining phonetic elements.

Egyptian Hieroglyphics by Stéphane Rossini

Title Egyptian Hieroglyphics
Author Stéphane Rossini
Publisher Courier Corporation
Release 1989-06-01
Category History
Total Pages 96
ISBN 9780486260136
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Guides readers to understand and transcribe hieroglyphics by presenting and explaining phonetic elements.

Title The Egyptian Hieroglyph Metaphysical Language
Author Moustafa Gadalla
Publisher Moustafa Gadalla
Release 2016-12-02
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 127
ISBN 1931446954
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Scientific/metaphysical realities of pictorial images (Hieroglyphs) as the ultimate medium for the human consciousness that interpret, process and maintain the meanings of such images. This book covers the Egyptian Hieroglyph metaphysical language of images/pictures- the language of the mind/intellect/divine; the scientific/metaphysical realities of pictorial images (Hieroglyphs) as the ultimate medium for the human consciousness that interpret, process and maintain the meanings of such images; how each hieroglyphic image has imitative and symbolic (figurative and allegorical) meanings; the concurrence of modern science of such multiple meanings of each image; how Egyptian hieroglyphic images represent metaphysical concepts; the metaphysical significance of a variety of about 80 Egyptian Hieroglyphic images. This book is divided into 8 chapters. Chapter 1: Historical Deception of the (Ancient) Egyptian Linguistics will clear the intended confusion to misrepresent the Egyptian hieroglyphics as a primitive form of writing with individual sound values. The Egyptian Hieroglyphics are ideograms which are different and has nothing to do with the Egyptian alphabetical system. Chapter 2: The Scientific/Metaphysical Realities of Pictorial Images (Hieroglyphs) explains how human beings process information received from the five senses to the brain through visualized images; how each hieroglyphic image has imitative and symbolic (figurative and allegorical) meanings; the concurrence of modern science of such multiple meanings of each image; and how a series of images are processed in the consciousness the same way like a dream processing. Chapter 3: Egyptian Hieroglyphic Imagery Depictions of Thoughts explains how Egyptian hieroglyphic images represent metaphysical concepts; relationship between their functions and geometrical forms; and an overview of the Egyptian formation of such ideograms. Chapter 4: Animal Hieroglyphic Images explains the metaphysical significance of such images; and highlight the significance of over 30 related Egyptian Hieroglyphic images. Chapter 5: Human and Animal headed Human Hieroglyphic Images explains the metaphysical significance of such images; and highlight the significance of about 10 related Egyptian Hieroglyphic images. Chapter 6: Human Body Parts Hieroglyphic Images explains the metaphysical significance of such images; and highlight the significance of over 10 related Egyptian Hieroglyphic images. Chapter 7: Nature & Geometrical Figures Hieroglyphic Images explains the metaphysical significance of such images; and highlight the significance of over 10 related Egyptian Hieroglyphic images. Chapter 8: Man Made Objects Hieroglyphic Images explains the metaphysical significance of such images; and highlight the significance of about 20 related Egyptian Hieroglyphic images.

HIEROGLYPHICS KEY by NARENDER PIPLANI

Title HIEROGLYPHICS KEY
Author NARENDER PIPLANI
Publisher NARENDER PIPLANI
Release 2020-07-24
Category Art
Total Pages 164
ISBN 9353822505
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Hieroglyphic Key For the last two and a half hundred years, many Egyptologists have been searching and deciphering the Egyptian hieroglyphics and claiming that they have deciphered the hieroglyphics signs. But the truth is that not a single Egyptologist has been able to read even a single hieroglyphic sign. All their claims are false and wild guesses. This book contains the key from which you can unlock the mystery not only of Hieroglyphics but also the origin of Alpha-beta and any script of the world. You will know for the first time the true meaning of hundreds of words like Km.t, Mummy, Cairo, Ra, Eye of Horus and Ptolemy. Gardiner’s sign list (D30) phonetic is ‘nachb-kAw’ means ‘god Nehebkau’. It is neither two-headed snake nor the two arms raised in the prayer. The hieroglyph is based on Sanskrit homonyms word na–th-h नाथः which means ‘A rope passed through the nose of a draft ox or any pet. The other meanings are ‘a lord, master, protector, leader, God, husband. This hieroglyph was used mostly for ‘the lightning god’. (M22) Phonetic is ‘nichb’ means ‘sedge, reed’. Neither the hieroglyph is showing sedge or a reed. Actually, the pictograph was sketched to show the furrow in a field. The two side arms, which are declared ‘a set of leaves’ by European Egyptologists, these arm type lines are not leaves but showing the ridges like letter V between a furrows. The upper turn shows to come back for next furrow. Based on Sanskrit, the word is sh–mb-h शम्बः which means ‘Lightning: ploughing of a field and makes furrow, track or line as the lightning uses to plough the clouds. Other meanings are ‘To go, move, happy, fortunate’. Alan Gardiner declared this hieroglyph logogram U1 as a ‘sickle’ without knowing the Egyptian culture. Though, his searching of phonetic sound of first letter of the word ‘ma’ was correct. Next diphthong ng was forgotten by Copts. Alas! Egyptologists would have searched the ancient boats of Egypt. The Egyptian hieroglyph Gardiner sign listed no.U1 is a Sanskrit based Egyptian word m-ng मन्ग, which means ‘the head or front of a boat’. (E26) Transliteration ‘3b, 3bu, eb’ by European Egyptologist is not correct. Only Sanskrit has its correct word e–bh-h इभः which means ‘an elephant as well as cloud’. The other synonyms for an elephant are ‘g-j गज] h-sti हस्ती m-tn-g मतंग, ku-mbhi कुम्भी, m-d-k-l मदकल g-je-ndr गजेन्द्र ku-nj-r कुजंर dwi-p द्विप va-r-n वारण k-ri-sh करीश*. This hieroglyph of an elephant could be used for all synonyms words which mean ‘an elephant as well as cloud. ‘Opening of the mouth’ ceremony or ritual --- (F- 13) phonetic is ‘wp, jp’ means ‘horn’. But the real Sanskrit’s word is shri-nga श्रृन्गा which means ‘the horn’. (D-21) phonetic is ‘r, rr, p (kh) ar’ means ‘mouth’. But true word of Sanskrit is r-nh रन्ह which means ‘talketive, speaking. Often the first letter r of this hieroglyph has used in Egyptian texts. Egyptologists have misinterpreted the above hieroglyphic description as ‘opening of the mouth’. The Sanskrit complete word of Shri-nga श्रृन्गा of F13 and first letter r र of D21 (r-nh) is taken. Thus the complete conjunctive word is Shri-nga+r श्रृन्गार which means ‘A fragrant for dress or body, to make up, adornment of body’. This refinement by makeup of mummy (shabti) was ritual. The term Shri–nga-r (makeup) is for both the living and the dead person. Guessing to see the open horns means ‘opening of the mouth ceremony’ is wild guess. Not only this, the key given in this book is Australian aborigine and also reveals the mysteries of the language of the Kenya and the tribal of Africa. The key given in this book opens the locks of hidden secrets of every ancient religion, culture and civilization of the world, not just Peru, Inca and Maya.

Decoding Egyptian Hieroglyphs by Bridget McDermott

Title Decoding Egyptian Hieroglyphs
Author Bridget McDermott
Publisher Chartwell Books
Release 2016-11-02
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 176
ISBN 0785833994
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Read and interpret hieroglyphs as you learn about the intriguing world of the Ancient Egyptians. Decoding Egyptian Hieroglyphs interweaves a clear guide to deciphering this elegant picture language with vivid depictions of its origins and the people themselves. From farmers to pharaohs, uncover the beauty and mystery of the land that was Ancient Egypt.