Ancient Egypt: Hieroglyphs and writing systems | National Museums Liverpool


Join our Egyptologist, Ashley Cooke, as he takes us on a 5,000-year journey uncovering the many mysteries and hidden stories that lie within the Ancient Egypt gallery at World Museum!

In this episode of our mini series we take a closer look at ancient Egyptian writing systems like hieroglyphs, and the unique document that recorded the confession of a thief who robbed the tomb of Ramesses the Sixth – the only document we have that records a robbery in the Valley of the Kings!

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1 Response to Ancient Egypt: Hieroglyphs and writing systems | National Museums Liverpool

  1. Hieroglyphs and writing systems in 5000 years are unbelievable. Thank you 🙏

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