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Learn Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs - Series 2 - Biliterals by Isabella DeCarlo• Biliterals are created by combining 2 Alphabet (Uniliteral) sound signs
• Learn 67 Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyph Biliterals
• Learn 201 Hieroglyph Vocabulary words
• Learn over 130 Hieroglyphs
• Learn the commonly used pronunciation of the Hieroglyphs
• Learn how to Transliterate the Hieroglyphs
Learn Hieroglyphs – Biliterals is the second in a series of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyph Tutorials. With this second series you will be able to understand the concept of biliterals which are used extensively in Hieroglyph writings by the Egyptian Scribes.
There are 5 individual tutorial ebooks in the Learn Hieroglyphs Series each purchased separately, and they are:
1. Series 1 - Alphabet: also called uniliterals which represent a single consonant sound hence the prefix uni in uniliteral
2. Series 2 – Biliterals: which are the result of combining 2 alphabet sound signs into one new hieroglyph hence the prefix bi in biliteral
3. Series 3 – Triliterals: which are the result of combining 3 alphabet sound signs into one new hieroglyph hence the prefix tri in triliteral
4. Series 4 – Determinatives: added to words to determine and/or reinforce the exact meaning of a word
5. Series 5 – Hieroglyph Sign List: coming soon
Once you study and learn the hieroglyphs in this series start looking at Ancient Egyptian wall paintings, artifacts, literature, etc and see how many hieroglyphs you recognize. Remember though that they could be written right to left (the most common way), left to right or vertically.
The entire five series collection of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyph Tutorials are loaded with detailed graphics of the Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs; they are in color and look stunning when used on your nookcolor or your pc.
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