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" Egyptian inscription, which ex" pressed the words God, Immortal, Vulcan, Priests, " Diadem, Thirty, and some others, had a striking " resemblance to the corresponding hieroglyphics; and " since none of these characters could be reconciled, " without inconceivable... "
Museum Criticum: Or, Cambridge Classical Researches - Page 202
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The New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register, Volume 6

English literature - 1816
...characters of the Egyptian inscription had a striking resemblance to the corresponding hieroglyphics. Since none of these characters could be reconciled,...violence, to the forms of any imaginable alphabet, 1 could not doubt but they were imitations of the hieroglyphics, adapted as monograms or verlal characters,...
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The Decrees of Memphis and Canopus, Volume 1

Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - Decree of Canopus - 1904 - 254 pages
...that he has been able to translate a part of the hieroglyphic text on the Eosetta Stone, and saying, " After " having completed this analysis of the hieroglyphic " inscription, I observed that the epistolograpliic " characters of the Egyptian inscription, which ex" pressed the words God, Immortal,...
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Thomas Young Natural Philosopher 1773-1829

Alexander Wood - Physicians - 1983 - 392 pages
...fortunate enough to satisfy myself respecting the sense of some of the hieroglyphic characters. . . . After having completed this analysis of the hieroglyphic...could be reconciled, without inconceivable violence, 1 Miscellaneous Works of Thomas Young, vol. m, Hicroglyphical Essays and Correspondence; ed. John Leitch...
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