What's New at ELRC?
Find The Vowels:
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Added QalCode. This is based on the "Letter Frequence Analysis" plus the soundcode.
Current Thoughts: I suspect some of the bi-literal / tri-literal sounds are incorrect assignments, like
M4: "rnp". I think this is what Champolion wanted it to be, and not what it actually is.
I think the combination glyphs, ie. ó³¯ - G20, arm over owl, ej+m is a leading vowel, or "em" sound. These combo symbols reveal the vowels. The soundcode should be: 0n.
Added support for wildcards, _ , in searches.
Fixed Soundcodes for Undeciphered glyphs(_) + Explicit Vowels(0).
- X1, is the most frequently used heiroglyph and appears in 30% of all Egyptian words. This is double the next most used character(18%).
This outlying character is a common characteristic that occurs in other related semitic languages like both Amarigna and Tigrigna.
However, in those languages, this most used sound is not "t". It is instead: á - "Ne". With 99.999% certainty, I have no doubt...Champolion got this particular glyph wrong.
I have performed a 5803418492 on the Egyptian language. There is a match with the Amarigna/Tigrigna Languages. There is a closer affinity to Tigrigna.
Internet Explorer Issue discovered! Searching or Translating Glyphs(UTF-16) doesn't always work in IE(UTF-8 only): escaper
Phonetic Search Added!
Dictionary Search Added!
Geez Keyboard Added!