The ancient Egyptians took inspiration from nature and their surroundings to create their language, which was written using signs and symbols depicting humans, animals, birds, plants, and other signs.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities organizes celebrations this month by learning about these symbols through their daily posts, where it is introducing their meaning, pronunciation, and use in our "Ancient Egyptian Language" campaign.
This campaign is part of our “200 Years of Egyptology” celebrations, marking the bicentenary of the decipherment of the ancient Egyptian writing and the birth of Egyptology as a scientific field!
The campaign also includes "Learn About the Treasure in Your Governorate", highlighting the most important artifacts discovered in each Egyptian governorate.
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