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Egyptian Hieroglyphic Magnet Kit
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The ancient Egyptians created one of the first writing systems around 5000 years ago. They used pictures of objects, animals and people to write down the language which today we call hieroglyphics. They wrote on stone tablets and on the walls of the temples as well as on papyrus paper made from dried reeds.

This pack consists of 24 magnetic hieroglyphic alphabet letters presented on an information card telling the story of hieroglyphics and what each symbol is and means.

 
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