An Egyptian alphabet for the Egyptian people...


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Author  Willard Fiske
Publisher  University of Michigan Library
Publication Date   January 1, 1897
Pages  100

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Excerpt from An Egyptian Alphabet for the Egyptian People
Italian seem any more promising when Dante wrote his Divine Comedy? And would a commission of the most learned and most expert men of Egypt not be able to do infinitely better that which it has not ap peared to me, a foreigner, too difficult to undertake?
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