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Web "Translators"

Write Like an Egyptian, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Particularly attractive. Check out their Write Like a Babylonian--same idea, different script.

Serge Rosmorduc translator sets hieroglyphics in typically Egyptian ways (ie., sized and stacked in funny ways rather than plopped next to each other letter by letter).

Make Your Own Cartouche. Gold engraving look. Courtesy Harcourt School Publishers.

An elegant, functional "Egyptian Calculator" by Mark Millmore of "Mark Millmore's Ancient Egypt ."

The Cheops Transformer at the The Victoria Museum of Egyptian Antiquities at Uppsala University, with a screen-shot of it working.

Robert Sherman's translator, on a page laden with ads. Mirror.

Guardian's Egypt uses Serge Rosmorduc's translator, but is easier to use. The server is frequently too busy to fulfill requests. More on hieroglyphs is available on the Guardian's Egypt hieroglyphs page.

LibraryThing: Catalog your books online.

If you enjoy this site you may also like these other sites by me:

Cleopatra on the Web. Comprehensive website on Cleopatra VII of Egypt. Includes 168 images.

Alexander the Great on the Web. Links to over 1000 images and 200 images of Alexander.

Ancient Astrology and Divination on the Web. Reliable (non-kooky) information on ancient (primarily Greco-Roman) astrology and divination.

The Complete Petra. Web directory and guide to the ancient city of Petra in southern Jordan.

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