Translation of hieroglyphic in Spanish:

hieroglyphic

jeroglífico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌhaɪ(ə)rəˈɡlɪfɪk/ /hʌɪrəˈɡlɪfɪk/

adjective

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    jeroglífico
    • Examining texts brought from Egypt, he began to identify a relationship between hieroglyphic and non-hieroglyphic scripts.
    • Today, brilliant work by a small band of epigraphers, has resulted in Maya hieroglyphic texts - once dismissed as indecipherable - becoming understood well enough to yield some narrative history.
    • Then, in 1799 near the town of Rosetta, a French explorer found a 2,000-year-old stone slab that had extensive hieroglyphic inscriptions and a perfect Greek translation beneath it.
    • From conservation work done on this structure, it is known that it goes back at least as early as the 1st century AD, and poorly preserved Greek and hieroglyphic inscriptions hint at an earlier Ptolemaic date.
    • There are few papyri from his reign, but hieroglyphic inscriptions from the Delta (especially the ‘Satrap Stele’) present him as a traditional pharaoh.
    • Maya hieroglyphic texts use a set vocabulary of expressions to refer to altars and pedestals; most of these terms continue to frustrate firm phonetic decipherment.
    • Though hundreds of Maya books were burned, we do have their visual art and their hieroglyphic inscriptions to partially reveal a poetics we are only beginning to understand.
    • He used the hieroglyphic inscriptions on the fallen obelisk which he removed from Philae and the Greek text on its pedestal to further the decipherment of hieroglyphs by his recognition of the name Cleopatra.
    • In recent decades, anthropologists and archaeologists have been able to decipher large parts of the hieroglyphic code.
    • The hieroglyphic inscription, although carved with hesitancy, is grammatically proper Egyptian.
    • Egyptian hieroglyphic inscriptions in tombs epitomise the idea that the voices of the dead can be heard again through the written word.
    • The depiction of a ruler, together with the hieroglyphic inscription, suggests that it had a commemorative function, much like a Maya stele.
    • The hieroglyphic image for this word was simply a picture of a seated cat facing to the left, with its tail curled along its left side.
    • The hieroglyphic texts name the figures, artists and dates of commemorated events.
    • Early hieroglyphic numerals can be found on temples, stone monuments and vases.
    • Dated 196 B.C., the stone is engraved with Greek and hieroglyphic texts that enabled scholars to decipher ancient Egyptian writing.
    • Amazingly a curious pagan or early Christian 6 ft. tomb stone with hieroglyphic inscriptions is still standing in absolute majesty despite centuries of Atlantic weather conditions.
    • But because the Greek version could be read without difficulty, it served as an invaluable prompt to the decipherment of the cursive and the hieroglyphic versions.
    • The Egyptian hieroglyphic writing system was likely invented to help with trade, allowing merchants record their wares and account for their stock.
    • For hundreds of years, from the Spanish conquest onward, Maya hieroglyphic writing was a mystery to those attempting to read it.