Beatrix Potter Gets Egyptian Makeover

By: Cowbag - Published: Oct 9, 2008 • References: &
This is a simply brilliant idea that promotes Egypt and reading in one creative package. This translation combines the famous rabbit that wears fluffy clothes with the British Museum’s world-renowned expertise and scholarship.

The complete text of Beatrix Potter’s beloved ‘Tale of Peter Rabbit’ has been faithfully translated and transcribed page for page into hieroglyphics, using the script of a Middle Kingdom Egyptian. However, the illustrations in the book are the original full-color artwork created by Beatrix Potter. Stats for Literary Classics in Hieroglyphics Trending: Older & Chilly
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