|Publication Date||May 27, 2010|
This ebook is the third in a series of tutorials on Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs. The first volume covers the Ancient Egyptian Alphabet or Uniliterals, the second volume covers the Biliterals and this volume covers the Triliterals.
What are hieroglyphic triliterals? They are a combination of three hieroglyphic phonetic alphabet signs. In this tutorial you will learn 40 triliterals. Included are 125 hieroglyphic signs; over 148 hieroglyphic vocabulary words and much more. This ebook is loaded with detailed graphics of the Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs; they are in color and look stunning when used on your Kindle for the iPhone or Kindle for the PC, or the Kindle app for the iPad. They appear in grey scale on the Kindle itself and are elegantly beautiful. Suggestion: use the Kindle zoom feature to enlarge each triliteral page!
• 1. The Introduction - details how to use this ebook
• 2. Transliteration & Pronunciation- How to write Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs and how to pronounce them
• 3. The Triliterals - Each Triliteral is listed individually on its own page and numbered 1 to 40. Each Triliteral includes 1 to 3 vocabulary words showing it's use and a simplified breakdown of the hieroglyphs used to make up the words
• 4. The Triliterals List - Each biliteral is displayed with it's Gardiner designation, it's origin as a triliteral and a description of what it represents with a clickable link to the triliteral 'page' where it is used
• 5. Uniliterals used in this tutorial - Each uniliteral used is displayed with it's Gardiner designation, transliteration value and a description of what it represents with a clickable link to the triliteral 'page' where it is used
• 6. Other Hieroglyphs used in this tutorial - All of the remaining hieroglyphs used, such as determinatives, ideograms, etc. is listed with it's Gardiner designation and detailed description with a clickable link to the triliteral 'page' where it is used
Look for our other ebook tutorials on Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs for the Kindle on Amazon.