The name Addison written in ancient Egyptians Hieroglyphs as it may have looked more than 4000 years ago.
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The ancient Egyptians by and large did not use vowels, and their alphabet consisted of the phonetic sounds and consonants depicted by 134 hieroglyphic signs, much like our phonetics of today. This method uses advanced metaphone formula to determine what the name sounds like. Using this method insures a more accurate depiction of what the scribe may have actually sounded like.
Over 10 years of research was put into the program to make it as accurate as possible in our translation but please keep in mind that the Pharaoh's Scribe Keepsake is designed for entertainment only and is not offered as an exhaustive educational treatise on the subject.