I have the Egyptian Language book. IMHO, It is more for the hieroglyphic
angle of the language, and is little use for any deep understanding of
it. I have used the book for a few words for my vocabulary in Kesa, but
have not used Egyptian to any great length.
Does anyone know if anybody has ever based a conlang on Egyptian? There
ample room for creation, because the most information on Egyptian Verbs
ever seen is E. A. Wallis Budge's Egyptian Language book. There is also
excellent basis for vocabulary, given the same author's two volume
Dictionary of Egyptian Hieroglyphics. As is usual for me, something is
itching me away from my current conlang (Tit'xka), this time it is
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