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Amarigna & Tigrigna Qal Hieroglyphs for Beginners By Legesse Allyn
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Gebts is the ancient name of Egypt. Read the hieroglyphs for yourself in the languages of the Amara and Akele-Gezai merchants, from today's regions of Ethiopia and Eritrea, who founded ancient Gebts... More > 5100 years ago. Their languages, Amarigna and Tigrigna, are the world's first written languages of commerce. Travelers to Egypt and students will especially benefit from this book.< Less
Amarigna & Tigrigna Qal Hieroglyphs for Beginners By Legesse Allyn
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Gebts is the ancient name of Egypt. Read the hieroglyphs for yourself in the languages of the Amara and Akele-Gezai merchants, from today's regions of Ethiopia and Eritrea, who founded ancient Gebts... More > 5100 years ago. Their languages, Amarigna and Tigrigna, are the world's first written languages of commerce. Travelers to Egypt and students will especially benefit from this book.< Less
My Tigrinya Phrasebook By Peter A. Crowther
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A manual of Tigrinya words and phrases
My Tigrinya Phrasebook By Peter A. Crowther
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A manual of Tigrinya words and phrases
ETHIOPIC - The First Language: Book One By Ras Iadonis Tafari
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Now you can learn the truth about “ETHIOPIC - THE FIRST LANGUAGE.” Ethiopic, known as GE’EZ is the first and original language that is referred to in Genesis 11:1 says “Now... More > the whole earth had one language and one speech.” This Divine Truth is authenticated by the following simple and unique book on “Ethiopic – the First Language” by Ras Iadonis Tafari. The book explores the historical contacts between Ethiopic and other ancient languages of the Bible, and Egypt such as Hieroglyphics along with the old Hebrew of biblical Israel. Ethiopic’s influence on Egypt and the religion of Israel, i.e. language, literature; arts and crafts are also introduced. These books contain the Word, names, places, dates, times, pictures, charts, numerous quotes and references that are to enlighten you and save our story. Teach your children about the great ones and renew Our Divine Heritage.< Less
Ethiopic Hieroglyphs: A New Study of Ethiopian Egyptology By Ras Iadonis Tafari
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Ethiopic Hieroglyphs: A New Study of Ethiopian Egyptology by Amen-Ras (Ras Iadonis Tafari) This little book is intended to form an easy introduction to the study of the Egyptian hieroglyphics,... More > monuments and inscriptions, their ancient Ethiopic (or,GE’EZ) origins of the Nile Valley and the Hebrew Moses, who, it has been said was, “learned in all the Wisdom of the Egyptians.” This, therefore, is prepared in answer to many requests made both in Africa and amongst the Diaspora concerning Ethiopian “Egyptology,” i.e. the study of Ancient Egypt, alongside the available Ethiopian manuscripts of the Bible, in Ethiopic and classical Amharic. Thus, this preliminary treatment contains a short account of the decipherment lists and comparative charts of Egyptian hieroglyphics, and a brief sketch of the hieroglyphic system of writing and of the general Ethiopic principles which under gird the ancient use of picture art signs and symbols used to express thought.< Less
Ethiopic Hieroglyphs: A New Study of Ethiopian Egyptology By Ras Iadonis Tafari
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Ethiopic Hieroglyphs: A New Study of Ethiopian Egyptology by Amen-Ras (Ras Iadonis Tafari) This little book is intended to form an easy introduction to the study of the Egyptian hieroglyphics,... More > monuments and inscriptions, their ancient Ethiopic (or,GE’EZ) origins of the Nile Valley and the Hebrew Moses, who, it has been said was, “learned in all the Wisdom of the Egyptians.” This, therefore, is prepared in answer to many requests made both in Africa and amongst the Diaspora concerning Ethiopian “Egyptology,” i.e. the study of Ancient Egypt, alongside the available Ethiopian manuscripts of the Bible, in Ethiopic and classical Amharic. Thus, this preliminary treatment contains a short account of the decipherment lists and comparative charts of Egyptian hieroglyphics, and a brief sketch of the hieroglyphic system of writing and of the general Ethiopic principles which under gird the ancient use of picture art signs and symbols used to express thought.< Less