Tag: Hieroglyphs

Who Really Invented the Alphabet—Illiterate Miners or Educated Sophisticates?

09/13 | Scholars Anson Rainey and Orly Goldwasser debate who really invented the alphabet—illiterate miners or educated sophisticates.   Read more…

Posted in Daily Life and Practice, Inscriptions, Scholar’s Study.

An Artistic Survey of the History of Ancient Egypt

04/11 | Ancient Egypt and Nubia provides an overview of the history of ancient Egypt, as well as a catalog of the stunning objects on display in the newly redesigned Egyptian gallery   Read more…

Posted in Artifacts and the Bible, Biblical Archaeology Places.

Inmate Turns Egyptologist Through Study of Hieroglyphs (and BAR)

03/16 | Timothy Fenstermacher, an inmate at Tehachapi State Prison, surprised Biblical Archaeology Review (BAR) editors in 2010 with an insightful response regarding the distribution of the so-called “Sinai hieroglyph” referenced in   Read more…

Posted in Inscriptions, News.

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