Related sites

My other sites

JSesh sources (github)

JSesh sources are now available on github

JSesh sign list

It might be important to be able to compare signs from a JSesh version to another. Starting with JSesh 7.5.5, I have decided to publish a pdf document to that purpose.

It's a plain list, without any comment ; the sole purpose is to display the way a certain code is used in a given version of JSesh.

Softwares using JSesh

Sites with information about JSesh

Sites using JSesh

Sites about hieroglyphic typesetting and Manuel de codage

Alternatives to JSesh

There are a number of other hieroglyphic wordprocessors. Many of them are not distributed anymore, but when they still have a web site, I provide a link.

Mark-Jan Nederhof's softwares

Mark-Jan is a professor of computer science, and a respected expert in Natural Language Processing.

He has a number of very interesting tools for egyptian and hieroglyphs. They probably lack a bit of user-friendly polish if you want to create data for them, but they are very powerful.

Sites about hieroglyphs

About Hieroglyphs and Unicode

Unicode contains a sizeable number of signs, enough at least to cover most needs for Hieratic texts; from Unicode 12 onward, a number of operators from the Manuel de Codage have been added.

Useful Egyptological links

For learners :

  1. not active anymore, I put a link to wayback machine.