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Virtual Egyptology

JCCC Summer Youth Program 2018

Registration opened today for the 2018 JCCC Summer Youth Program, and the response is strong! Type “Davidson” in the search box at to view a complete list of my youth and adult offerings. Class descriptions are available on the registration website; contact me with any questions. Subjects include ancient language courses–including the only Egyptian Hieroglyphs youth course in … Continue reading »

Categories: Ancient Civilizations, Ancient Egyptian Literature, Ancient Greek, Ancient Languages, Egyptian Art, Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Egyptology, Egyptology at JCCC, Museums, Summer Youth Program, Uncategorized, Virtual Egyptology | Leave a comment

App for learning Egyptian Hieroglyphs: the wait is over!

The wait is over! Due to the tireless dedication of a student/friend, there is now an easy-to-use and linguistically accurate app for learning Egyptian Hieroglyphs. After I lamented (i.e. complained) for several months about the dearth of digital interactives for learning hieroglyphs, James agreed to create a revolutionary new app. You can find Middle Egyptian Hieroglyphs … Continue reading »

Categories: Ancient Languages, Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Egyptology, Hieroglyphic Apps, Virtual Egyptology | 4 Comments

Ancient Studies at JCCC Free College Day 04/18/15

Registration is FREE, but you must register in advance. Sessions fill quickly! Egyptian Hieroglyphs (under Foreign Language) Instructor: Stacy Davidson 1 – 1:45 p.m. CC 124 This session on Egyptian hieroglyphs is an introduction to the language of the ancient Egyptians. You’ll learn the Egyptian alphabet and will be able to write your name … Continue reading »

Categories: Ancient Greek, Egyptian Hieroglyphs, JCCC Free College Day, Lectures and Workshops, Virtual Egyptology | Leave a comment