Some excellent resources to add to the list for Egyptian Hieroglyphs. And check out the Archaeology of Tombraider blog.
Have you ever had the urge to follow in Lara’s footsteps and learn to read Egyptian hieroglyphs? If so, you may be interested to know that there are a number of useful, free online resources at your disposal. These, if used in combination with a good textbook such as James P. Allen’s Middle Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture of Hieroglyphs [Buy it on Amazon/Amazon UK] or Mark Collier and Bill Manley’s How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs [Buy it on Amazon/Amazon UK], will help you get to grips with this complex but fascinating ancient language and deepen your knowledge of Egyptian history and art.
Here are ten fantastic free online resources for learning the Egyptian hieroglyphic script:
1) Rutgers University: Middle Egyptian Grammar – This is a comprehensive course on Middle Egyptian grammar that comes courtesy of Dr. Gabor Toth of…
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