According to a press release from the University of Advanced Technology in Arizona, an instructor has created a translator for cuneiform and heiroglyphics. A snippet from the press release is included below.

The Web site for the translator is called Virtual Secrets. Fascinating stuff. Interesting content, although I honestly find the layout of the site annoying.

UAT Instructor Creates Cuneiform and Hieroglyphic Translator

TEMPE, AZ–(Marketwire – August 23, 2007) – University of Advancing Technology (UAT) instructor and senior web developer Joe McCormack has completed work on a web-based application that translates English words into cuneiform script from the Assyrian, Babylonian, Sumerian and the hieroglyphic script of Egyptian. The tool may be seen at his website,

Categories: Archaeology

Kim (Ceffyl)

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