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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES & CIVILIZATION
EGYPTIAN

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EGYPT 101 Hieroglyphic Egyptian I (5)
Provides an introduction to hieroglyphic Egyptian as written during the Middle Kingdom (circa 2040-1782 BCE). Students learn to read and write basic hieroglyphics so they can read a complete Egyptian text. No prior knowledge required.
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EGYPT 411 Introduction to Coptic (5)
Elements of grammar of the Sahidic dialect of the Coptic language.
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EGYPT 422 Readings in Coptic (3) VLPA
Readings from ancient Coptic Christian literature, with emphasis on the Nag Hammadi texts. Prerequisite: EGYPT 411.
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EGYPT 423 Readings in Coptic (3) VLPA
Readings from ancient Coptic Christian literature, with emphasis on the Nag Hammadi texts. Prerequisite: EGYPT 411.
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EGYPT 511 Hieroglyphic Egyptian I (5)
Provides an introduction to hieroglyphic Egyptian as written during the Middle Kingdom (circa 2040-1782 BCE). Students learn to read and write basic hieroglyphics so they can read a complete Egyptian text. No prior knowledge required.
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