R; Temple Furniture and Sacret Emblems

The hieroglyphs of ancient Egypt are often listed in groups of associated glyphs. The following hieroglyphs have been grouped according to the system established by Sir Alan Gardiner and are all depictions of temple furniture and sacret emblems.


R1; offering table
R1
Det and Log; offering table
R2; offering table
R2
Det and Log; offering table
R3; offering table
R3
Det and Log; offering table
R4; altar
R4
Phon; Htp Log; altar, to be satisfied
R5; incense jug
R5
Phon; kAp kp Det and Log; burn incense
R6; incense jug
R6
Phon; kAp kp Det and Log; burn incense
R7; incense pot with flame
R7
Det and Log; incense
P8; flag
R8
Phon Det; Ntr (god)
R9; a flag with a noose
P9
Det and Log; natron
R10; a flag with a block and a slope
R10
Log; cemetery, necropolis
R11; Djed pillar
R11
Phon; Dd Log; Djed pillar
P12; palace
P12
Det; standard
R13; enclosure wall
R13
Log; west, right
R14; enclosure wall
R14
Log; (imnt) west, right
R15; east standard
R15
Phon; Ab Log; east
R16; Ukh fetish
R16
Det and Log; Ukh fetish symbol
R17; Thinis standard
R17
Det and Log; Thinite nome
R18; Thinis standard
R18
Det and Log; Thinite nome
R19; Was standard
R19
Log; Thebes
R20; Sheshat fetish
R20
Log; Sheshat
R21; Sheshat fetish
R21
Log; Sheshat
R22; Min emblem
R22
Phon; hm Log; Min Abbr; Letopolis Ausim
R23; Min emblem
R23
Phon; hm Log; Min Abbr; Letopolis Ausim
R24; Neith emblem
R24
Det and Log; Neith
R25; Neith emblem
R25
Det and Log; Neith

Codes

Abb; the sign is an abbreviation of a word,
Det; the sign acts as a determinative (it has no phonetic value, but provids further information about the full word),
Log; the sign is a logogram (it represents an entire word or idea),
Phon; the sign has a phonetic value, and
Phon Det; the sign is a phonetic determinant (it acts as a determinative but also has a phonetic value).


A: Man and his occupations
B: Woman and her occupations
C: Anthropomorphic Deities
D: Parts of the body
E: Mammals
F: Parts of Mammals
G: Birds, 1
H: Parts of Birds
I: Amphibious Animals, Reptiles, etc.
K: Fishes and Parts of Fishes
L: Invertebrata and Lesser Animals
M: Trees and Plants
N: Sky, Earth, Water
O: Buildings and Parts of Buildings
P: Ships and Parts of Ships
Q: Domestic and Funerary Furniture
R: Temple Furniture and Sacret Emblems
S: Crowns, Dress, Staves, etc
T: Warfare, Hunting, Butchery
U: Agriculture, Crafts and Professions V: Rope, Fibre, Baskets, Bags, etc.
W: Vessels of Stone and Earthenware
X: Loaves and Cakes
Y: Writing, Games, Music
Z: Strokes, Geometrical Figures, etc.
Aa: Unclassified

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