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Hieroglyphic Print Machine with all the expansion Packs

HPMCoverMake greetings cards, T-Shirts, posters, print hieroglyphics and write messages in ancient Egyptian.

Includes: – Hieroglyphic Print Machine, Gardiner’s List A and B Signs, 72 glyphs which includes – Man & his occupations and – Woman & her occupations.
Plus 10 extra glyphs which are not included in the Gardiner Sign list, 11 images of the gods and 11 new cartouches.
Two booklets with information about the glyphs and examples of their use.

Hieroglyphic Print Machine Download with all the expansion Packs
The tool set include text, lines, squares and ellipses. You can import your own images and adjust them in the editor. The greetings card function allows you to print four different card types and the T-shirt function will automatically reverse your text and images for printing on transfer paper.

win7System Requirements

Windows 7/XP/Vista
(This app is not compatible with 8.1 or 10)

1024 X 768 minimum screen resolution
Color inkjet or Laser printer

17.00 GBP converts to 20.68 USD *
17.00 GBP converts to 27.51 CAD *
17.00 GBP converts to 18,67 EUR *
17.00 GBP converts to 30.48 AUD *
17.00 GBP converts to 32.14 NZD *
17.00 GBP converts to 2,199.30 JPY *
17.00 GBP converts to 73.41 ILS *
17.00 GBP converts to 145.62 CNY *

Egyptian Math Worksheet Creator

The Egyptian Math Worksheet Creator is primarily a teaching aid but it is also for anyone who wants to have a bit of fun with mathematics Egyptian style.

Based on the amazingly successful Ancient Egyptian Math Problems. These Math puzzles are used by thousands of teachers around the world and now with Worksheet Creator you can make your own math puzzles.

You get drawing and text tools, a complete sets of numbers in Hieroglyphs and Hieratic, there are support images such as Egyptian Sudoku boards and you can import your own images and edited them.

It also comes with 20 templates and answer sheets for different age groups and an introduction to an unusual method of multiplication.

System requirements

winWindows 10, 7/XP/Vista
1024 X 768 minimum screen resolution
Color inkjet or Laser printer

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Ancient Egyptian Temples

The mystery of Egyptian temples explained

Ancient Egyptian temples fell into two principal types: ‘cult temples’ and ‘funerary or mortuary temples’. The cult temples were houses of worship to a god or goddess; while mortuary temples were created as shrines to dead kings.

This MAC and Windows App reconstructs the earliest Egyptian temples of reeds and wooden poles, the Old Kingdom stone Sun Temples and the vast temple complexes of New Kingdom.

The architectural formula of New Kingdom temples is explained with cut away diagrams and meticulously detailed 3D reconstructions.

apple-winCompatible with both Apple Mac and Windows

System Requirements
Apple Mac
Windows (10 8,7, XP or Vista).
1025X600 resolution or higher.
6.00 GBP converts to 7.30 USD * 6.00 GBP converts to 9.71 CAD * 6.00 GBP converts to 6,59 EUR * 6.00 GBP converts to 10.76 AUD * 6.00 GBP converts to 11.34 NZD * 6.00 GBP converts to 776.22 JPY * 6.00 GBP converts to 25.91 ILS * 6.00 GBP converts to 51.40 CNY *
Adobe AIR – If you do not already have it installed on your computer you can get it for free here:-

Ancient Egyptian Game of Senet

senet2-250x183Play the ancient game of the Pharaohs.

Ancient Egyptian Game of Senet

Board games were a favorite pastime in Egypt, and Senet was the most popular of these. It was played by two people, either on elaborate carved and inlayed boards like the one found in Tutankhamen’s tomb, or simply scratched into the earth. The oldest known representation of Senet is in a painting from the tomb of Hesy, from 2686 BC.

SenetBoardMany actual boards, with their counters and throw sticks (or “knucklebones”) have survived intact, but the rules of the game are not fully understood, there have been a number of attempts to reconstruct the game.

The game board had thirty squares laid out in three rows of ten. Some of the squares had symbols on them and the path of the counters probably followed a reversed S across the board. Ancient Egyptian Game of Senet The symbols represented ether good or bad fortune, and affected the play accordingly.

The movement of the counters was decided by throwing four two-sided sticks or, in some cases, knucklebones. Senet, means “passing” and had a religious significance – the aim of each player being to move their pieces around the board and avoiding hazards.

Gosenetpaintingod luck was a blessing from the gods and the winner was the first to pass into the afterlife by getting all their pieces off the board.

With colourful graphics and fun sound effects this reconstructed version of Senet is not only a game of chance, a bit of skill and strategy is also required.

Ancient Egyptian Game of Senet

winRecommended system requirements
Windows 10, 8,7, XP or Vista.
1025 X 600 resolution or higher.

Karnak Great Court for MAC and Windows FREE


Karnak Great Court for MAC and Windows FREE

With text, images and video; hover your mouse and click the reconstruction to find out about Karnak’s Great Court and the ceremonies that took place within its precincts .
Karnak Great Court for MAC and Windows FREECompatible with both Apple Mac and Windows

System requirements:
Apple Mac
Windows 10, 8,7, XP or Vista.
Screen Resolution 1025X600 or higher.

NOTE:- You need Adobe AIR to run this app – If you do not already have it installed on your computer you can get it for free here:-