Faulkner's Middle Egyptian dictionary is the standard lexicon for both students and serious scholars who regularly work with Middle Egyptian texts. The work contains almost 5,500 entries.
This concise dictionary of 'Middle Egyptian' - that phase of the Ancient Egyptian language which had the widest general application - contains 5400 carefully selected words most likely to be encountered by students and scholars in the course of their regular work on Egyptian texts. Each entry gives the most common hieroglyphic form of the word, accompanied by its transliteration, translation, references to texts where it occurs, its less usual hieroglyphic variants, and phrases in which it is used. First published in 1962 and incorporating addenda from 1966, this Concise Dictionary has become the standard work of reference and is now in its tenth printing.
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The religion of ancient Egypt represents a cultural identity that lasted from ca. 3500 BCE to 300 CE, and included hundreds of myths, deities, and customs.
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Faulkner, Raymond O. A Concise Dictionary of Middle Egyptian: Modernized by Boris Jegorović. Edited by Boris Jegorović. Oxford, United Kingdom: Griffith Institute, 2017.