…At The Grindstones











{June 28, 2010}   Traditional Chinese and Middle Egyptian Symbols One
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Turbulence says:

great comparison – i wanna learn chinese again!!! – i bought a super basic egyption letters book at the ROM last year – lol – but you are really great at ancient egyptian.

BTW: you should use the international phonetic signs – IPA – it’s more clear – well it’s the only ones i can read 😉

as promised: http://books.google.com/books?vid=isbn9789810130046 – i have part 1-3, bought it in london years ago…



That would make sense.. but in this case I am assuming that my readers will want to look things up further in each subject, so the transliteration I am using is the standard for each language individually…. ooh that’s not the books I’ve seen- I’ll try to get a pic of them sometime but they are just teetering on the edge of too easy for me… 🙂
Di you get the Black and Blue hardcover Egyptian one- Collier and Manley? That one is actually Ok 🙂



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