Reformed Egyptian Grammar: Volume 2 - Syntax

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The second volume of the Reformed Egyptian Grammar by Daniel Deleanu, PhD, is an objective study of the syntax of the original language of the Book of Mormon, which he has reconstructed starting from his own Rosetta Stone, namely the controversial Anthon Transcript, which he proves to be absolutely authentic, and the so-called Ferrini Lead Fragment, a tiny piece from a scroll found in Israel that once belonged to Bruce Ferrini, the antiquities dealer who put on the market the Gospel of Judas. Dr. Deleanu clearly evinces Reformed Egyptian's Semitic roots and, through etymological research, its connections with Paleo-Hebrew, with the script it borrowed from Egypt, and, possibly, with several Mesoamerican languages. Daniel Deleanu holds, among other degrees, a doctorate magna cum laude in philology. The most important breakthrough in the field of Egyptology since that of Champollion. Sarah Israelit-Groll, PhD Founder and Head of the Department of Egyptology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem