Egyptian Hieroglyphics

Egyptian Hieroglyphics

Comment from

Ministry of Communications and Information TechnologyΒ @mcit.gov.eg

“It is a good idea to have hieroglyphic symbols to access our Egyptian β€œspecially historic websites” online content , so we should consider the Universal Acceptance for these symbols.”

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7 thoughts on “Egyptian Hieroglyphics”

  1. It is a good idea to have hieroglyphic symbols to access our Egyptian “specially historic websites” online content , so we should consider the Universal Acceptance for these symbols.

    1. You found us very quickly, site only been up a couple of days.

      Hieroglyphics already have a limited recognition as fonts and keyboards are available,only recently discovered that the glyphs can be used as domain names which as you say could provide access to important sites or simply general recognition of the Egyptian hieroglyphic language.

      Universal browser recognition of the glyphs is the next step perhaps persuading browser manufacturers to display hieroglyphic domains in unicode form instead of punycode.

  2. Hieroglyphs should be recognised and accepted. I’m confident that in time it will be!.
    As far as hieroglyphic domain names are concerned, I think they provide a wonderful visual alternative for companies from a branding standpoint.

    As a Jewellery designer I registered:
    http://π“‹Ή.com or www. xn--wb8d.com for marketing & promoting my “eternal life” jewellery pieces.

    Erwin
    http://π“‹Ή.com

    1. π“‹Ή.com

      Great name and perfect for the line of business. I think it has the chance of being very valuable in it’s own right as the market/visibility for these domains increases.

  3. Just made our first sale of a Glyph and appropriately to an Egyptian.

    It may also be the first ever reported sale of a Glyph so web history in the making perhaps?

    Glyphs really look good and offer some great opportunities for branding or simply vanity domain. Only just over 1000 of them so values can only go in one direction!

      1. See the hompage, Owl & twig.

        Bought for personal use and looking forward to being able to use it in email etc when the technology catches up, I know there is a system out there,XGenPlus, that allows email in IDN in about 8 languages so I guess not too far away for Glyphs,hopefully!

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