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Free Egyptian hieroglyphs Animated gifs to download. If you are looking for Egyptian hieroglyphs animated images to a website, a job, a PowerPoint presentation, you're writing an entry for your blog about Egyptian hieroglyphs, here are all the images you want. Illustrations, charts, photographs and animated videos of the subject. Egyptian hieroglyphs it was like they wrote. The letters which were the texts are called Egyptian hieroglyphs. Forms are figures that represent ideas or objects. The hieroglyphs was the writing system created by the ancient Egyptians. Each hieroglyphic sign is an idea that is expressed with a drawing or spelling that are not letters or sounds. The hieroglyphs were used for over 3600 years. The symbols were figurative: they represented something tangible, easy to recognize, even for someone who did not know the meaning of it that was recognized by the figure. During the Old, Middle and New Kingdom it is estimated that there were about 700 hieroglyphic symbols. The hieroglyphs were carved in stone and wood. Writing system used by the ancient Egyptians that combined logographic and alphabetic elements.