By E. A. Wallis Budge
The name 'An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary: With an Index of English phrases, King record and Geographical record with Indexes, record of Hieroglyphic Characters, Coptic and Semitic Alphabets, and so on (1st Vol) written/authored/edited through E. A. Wallis Budge', released within the 12 months 2017. The ISBN 9789351289036 is assigned to the Hardcover model of this identify. This ebook has overall of pp. 748 (Pages). The writer of this identify is Kalpaz courses. This e-book is in English. Vol:- 1st volthe topic of this publication is Dictionary
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Copper. D. 140. me/ibid). Humble. M. ccxx. See hbi. London, 1867. xxxviii Introduction. of a large number of copies. The natural result was that when people found out that the volume contained Birch's Dictionary and Grammar and Chrestomathy the copies that found their into the market fetched relatively very high prices, or at all events prices which effectively placed the book beyond the reach of the ordinary student. When I attended Birch's Egyptian way 1875-76 and needed the book urgently, I was obliged to trace each page of it on a separate sheet of tracing paper, omitting the references, and when these sheets were bound I classes Bunsen's fifth tomb'of Birch's Hieroglyphics in used them for some years with great benefit.
Those which measured from 5 to 30 feet in length, had been mounted in black glazed wooden frames and hung upon the walls of the North-West Staircase. But as in this position it was well-nigh impossible to consult them, and as it was feared that they might suffer injury through damp, they were taken down and, where possible, were cut up into sections, mounted under sheets of glass and stored with the shorter papyri. During the general rearrangement of the papyri which followed these alterations Birch seized the Naville's edition of the Book of the Dead.
90 1 ff, example and Arabic MS. in typical of such a Scala Brit. where we find the Scala Magna (Copt, Arab, juln Doors A J) (po= of Ibn Kabr. 2 It is is given Mus. " The First Gate (fol. goA) contains four Chapters. it tvre npeqctoirr, the names of the Son from the Holy Scriptures, and . the names of the Holy Spirit. The Second Chapter gives the names of the world which is above, nKocJUtoc exc