Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Hieroglyphe       Ecriture sacree Powered by Christian   Querou
HieroglypheLecture    •peut se lire de droite a gauche, de gauche a droite, et de                            haut en bas. ...
Hieroglyphe Que penser des traductions, sont-elles a la hauteur des exigeances que portaient les scribes de Pharaon. Avons...
Links•   Egypt and Near East Links for Students and Teachers
This site lists links to sites    about Egypt which will appe...
Bibliography•   Budge, E. A. Wallis. An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary. New York: Fredrick Ungar, 1960.•   Bunson, Marga...
Books•   Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone: An Introduction to the Writing of Ancient Egypt 
Joseph and    Lenore Scott
Co...
Egypte        For kids.Powered by Christian Querou
Christian Querou-Secret ?
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Christian Querou-Secret ?

1,076

Published on

For kids

Published in: Education, Technology
1 Comment
2 Likes
Statistics
Notes
No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,076
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
1
Likes
2
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Christian Querou-Secret ?"

  1. 1. Hieroglyphe Ecriture sacree Powered by Christian Querou
  2. 2. HieroglypheLecture •peut se lire de droite a gauche, de gauche a droite, et de haut en bas. . Une phrase a plusieurs sens dont certains sont caches: commun, philosophique et religieux .Comme toutes les langues semitiques anciennes, elle ne possede pas de voyelles. Elles sont induites. Cela rend tres difficle la lecture surtout a notre epoque..
  3. 3. Hieroglyphe Que penser des traductions, sont-elles a la hauteur des exigeances que portaient les scribes de Pharaon. Avons-nous reellement decripte leurs ecritures sacrees ? Avons-nous compris leur societe ? Sommes-nous entres dans les secrets que cette civilisation recele ? Tout laisse a penser que beaucoup reste a faire, que nous devons aller chercher au dela des apparences.
  4. 4. Links• Egypt and Near East Links for Students and Teachers
This site lists links to sites about Egypt which will appeal to students and teachers.• Egyptian Neuroscience
A friendly site with translations from the Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus which was written by an ancient Egyptian surgeon.• Egyptology.com
A site with stories and information about some obscure aspects of Egyptology.• Egyptian History
A page with some interesting facts about acient Egypt.• Glyphdoctors
A great site for learning to read hieroglyphs. Online courses and discussion groups for those interested in reading hieroglyphs and being an Egyptologist.• Guardians Egypt Links
This site has a great collection of links for all things Egyptian. See the Kids Section for some great links for kids.• Hieroglyphics!
A treasure trove of links for Egyptian Hieroglyphs.• King Tut One
A great site for information about King Tuts tomb. Filled with goodies, the site includes an interactive tour of the tomb and Egyptian clip art.• Mummies of Ancient Egypt
A site for kids about mummies
  5. 5. Bibliography• Budge, E. A. Wallis. An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary. New York: Fredrick Ungar, 1960.• Bunson, Margaret. The Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt. New York: Gramercy, 1991.• Collier, Mark and Manley, Bill. How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs. Berkley: University of California Press, 1998.• Davies, W. V. Egyptian Hieroglyphs. London: British Museum Publications, 1987.• Gardiner, Sir Alan. Egyptian Grammar; Being an Introduction to the Study of Hieroglyphs. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1927.• Imhoff, S. , MacShamhrain, A. , and Killeen, R. Timelines of World History. Surrey: Quadrillion, 1998.• Mercer, Samuel A.B. An Egyptian Grammar, with Chrestomathy and Glossary. New York: Fredrick Unger, 1972.• Rossini, Stéphane. Egyptian Hieroglyphics: How to Read and Write Them. New York: Dover Publications, 1985.• Scott, Joseph and Lenore. Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone. New York: Funk and Wagnalls, 1968.• Silverman, David P. Language and Writing in Ancient Egypt. Pittsburg: Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 1990.• Watterson, Barbara. More About Egyptian Hieroglyphics. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1985.• Zauzich, Karl-Theodor. Hieroglyphs Without Mystery. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1992.•
  6. 6. Books• Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone: An Introduction to the Writing of Ancient Egypt 
Joseph and Lenore Scott
Copyright ©1968• This book is an excellent introduction to Egyptian Hieroglyphics. It is a thin book and was written so people like you and I can understand it. I found it very helpful in creating this site.• The book was reprinted by Barnes & Noble in 1993, but is currently out of print. I have found it in the "Out of Print" section at barnesandnoble.com. It might also be found at used bookstores and occasionally on bookstore clearance racks.• Egyptian Grammar
Sir Alan Gardiner
Copyright ©1928• This book is probably the most comprehensive and frequently cited resource for Egyptian Hieroglyphics. It was originally published almost 80 years ago and is still in print. It is a large book and it is not cheap ($62 at Amazon.com). This book is recommended for the diehard Egyptologist or as a resource for clarifying confusing sources. It can be found in college libraries and at Amazon.com.• How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs
Mark Collier and Bill Manley
Copyright ©1998• This books is an introduction to reading hieroglyphs using artifacts in the Brittish Museum as examples. A variety of examples introduce you to different aspects of reading hieroglyphs. It can be found at local bookstores and at Amazon.com.
  7. 7. Egypte For kids.Powered by Christian Querou
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×