Online English to Egyptian hieroglyph translator

This video is called Mummies and the Wonders of Ancient Egypt (1996): 3. Hieroglyphs.

From About African History:

The online English to Egyptian Hieroglyph Translator of lets you type in an English word and get the transliteration and hieroglyph (or the other way round).

There is also a glossary of already-translated words arranged from A to Z.

It could be very useful if you’re working on an Ancient Egypt project.

See also here.

Ancient Egyptian mathematics: here.


18 thoughts on “Online English to Egyptian hieroglyph translator

  1. Hi I am Christina. I live in a huge Villa that has 70 rooms. I have 2 brothers and 4 sisters. My brothers got to work with my father and my sisters and I learn how to run a house by our mother. I have also heard about Cleopatra. She is a girl that became a Queen at 18 and is know as Cleopatra VII. I love what I wear but you may not, I wear nothing I go around naked. I love going around in the pyramids and looking for Hieroglyphics for my writing. I don’t like hearing my parents saying they have to go and prepare for there death. I know that people say we are sad and soleman people but it worries me that they will die some day soon. I love going to parties where I can eat all I want. ” Christina it’s time for dinner” Got to go .


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