Related sites

My other sites

JSesh sources (github)

JSesh sources are now available on github

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 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.