The History Channel documentary - The Great Library of Alexandria.
The most important place of learning in the ancient world, built by Alexander the Great’s general Ptolemy I. It not only contained the works of the Egyptians and Greeks such as Euclid, Diogenes, Aristarchus, Eratosthenes and Archimedes but also the literary works of other ancient cultures such as Babylonian texts and the Hebrew Bible.
The Hieroglyphic Print Machine Version 2.
Write secret ancient Egyptian messages to your friends and make greetings cards, T-Shirts and posters. There are hundreds of glyphs including 388 ancient Egyptian words with their English translations. As well as 143 alphabet, syllabic, determinative, numbers signs, decorative backgrounds, cartouches and gods names.
Egyptian Hieroglyphs iPad
Learning Egyptian Hieroglyphs
More than 800 glyph illustrations including 400 Egyptian word examples and over 300 hieroglyphs from the Gardiner list. Detailed information on Egyptian writing and mathematics, the use of the different types of symbols, how to write your name, how to recognise kings names and the story of the scribe with a video showing how papyrus is made.
The Hieroglyphic Typewriter and Math Calculator with a QWERTY keyboard. Alphabet and number symbols together with a selection of determinative signs. The keys include Latin symbols together with their hieroglyph equivalents and descriptions, which allow you to type messages naturally and at a glance see the translations. You can quickly write names and short secret messages and then with the email function you send the results by email.