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“Mr. Griffith, however, interprets it as a roll of yellow cloth ( "Hieroglyphics," p. 46).”
“( "Hieroglyphics," p. 60). (c) The Egyptian sign for a key.”
“Griffith ( "Hieroglyphics," p. 26), "is probably derived from the same root, on account of its shell-like outline". (l) The hieroglyphic sign for a pot of water in such words as _Nu_ and”
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“Hieroglyphics, meaning of, so carefully guarded that meaning became lost, 374-u.”
“Pierius, in the fourth book of his "Hieroglyphics," cites this ode, and informs us that the horse was the hieroglyphical emblem of pride.”
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“The varying conventionalizations of (a) or (b) are shown in (d), (e), and (f) (Griffith, "Hieroglyphics," p. 34).”
“(k) The sign for a lotus leaf, which is a phonetic equivalent of the sign (h), and, according to Griffith ( "Hieroglyphics," p. 26), "is probably derived from the same root, on account of its shell-like outline".”
“opening the mouth," possibly connected with (b) (a bicornuate uterus), according to Griffith ( "Hieroglyphics," p. 60).”
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