The Egyptian Alphabet and Grammar

In case you are interested in the subject of the Kirtland Egyptian Papers, take a look at William Schryver’s recent paper/presentation on the subject. He both lays to rest something I proposed a long time ago, and confirms something else. It’s a remarkable bit of detective work and links up with some recent work of Sam Brown.[1] Have a look here.
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[1] Samuel Brown, “The Translator and the Ghostwriter: Joseph Smith and William Phelps.” Journal of Mormon History, 34/1 (Winter 2008), 26 – 62.

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5 Responses to The Egyptian Alphabet and Grammar

  1. Tod Robbins says:

    WVS,

    I take it that you and Chris Smith see things differently hey?

  2. ricke says:

    How have scholars responded to Schryver’s ideas? Positive or negative? What do you think?

  3. WVS says:

    No idea really. I’m guessing somebody will come out with something, but I’m no insider in the discussion.

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