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Signs by S. Thomas, who has created most of JSesh's glyphs
S.J.P Thomas has sent me quite a few nice hieroglyphs for JSesh. Some of them go into JSesh's standard sign list, but he usually includes many variants for a sign, and also signs which haven't an official encoding yet.
Here is a complete collection of those signs.
Please note that the signs code are sometimes a bit arbitrary, and should not be considered as final codes (the same goes in fact for all signs in this catalog).
M. Thomas id for signing signs is 22. When I choose to use a different code for the signs than the code he gave, I use the code 248.
|54||The Q family (Furniture) by S. Thomas.|
|55||The R family (Temple furniture) by S. Thomas.|
|56||The S family (crowns, dress, staves) by S. Thomas|
|02||the first collection of signs sent for JSesh.|
|05||Detailled drawing and sketches|
|06bis||Hightly detailled Maat sign.|
|07||Various signs from the Faulkner Concise Dictionary, in particular detailled determinatives without MDC code.|
|36||The C family (gods)|
|37||The B family (woman)|
|39||The A family (man)|
|40||The G family (birds) and a few other signs.|
|41||The H family (parts of birds)|
|42||The L family (lesser animals)|
|43||The A family (man) additionnal signs|
|44||The E family (man)|
|45||The E family (animals)|
|46||various signs, needed for Middle Egyptian dictionnaries|
|47||The D family (man)|
|48||The I family (reptiles)|
|49||The N family (man)|
|50||The M family (plants) and a few others|
|51||The O family (buildings)|
|52||The P family (boats)|
|53||The P family (boats)|
|57||The "T" family (weapons, hunting, butchery) by S. Thomas. (I'll soon add an updated version with commented signs).|
|58||additionnal signs for "T".|
|59||T family. additionnal signs.|
|61||U family. Additionnal signs.|
|62||V family (Ropes, fibres, baskets) by S. Thomas And a number of other signs.|
|63||W family (vessels of stone and earthenware) by S. Thomas And a number of other signs.|
|64||The "K" family (fishes) by S. Thomas. Quite a few beautiful signs.|
|66||X and Y family|
|67||Last but not least, the Z family by S. Thomas concludes the inclusion in JSesh of a complete set of Manuel de Codage signs. The next step will be to create facilities to improve this library, and to deal with new signs.|
|68||Various nice signs by S. Thomas. Some are improvement on older signs (a number of nice ducks, ?? ibexes, bulls), others have been created for a fac-simile of Louvre C15 stela.|
|69||Lots of crowns, a creation triggered by the reading of Maria Nillson, "The crown of Arsinoë II. The creation and development of an imagery of authority" A number of other signs, including signs for a simplified font (which might be quite useful for small devices).|
|70||A large catalog of updated and improved signs. Includes a number of small scenes (in particular, elements from stela Louvre C15)|
|71||A collection of signs based on a new version of G17 (the owl) by S. Thomas|
|73||Lots of improvements on sign drawing, and variants.|
|74||Redrawn and completed I family.|
|75||Lots of nome signs, including many variants.|
|76||Improved drawings for D1 and D2.|
|79||Missing signs to cover the whole Manuel de Codage/Hieroglyphica encoding|