STORYTELLING: Hieroglyphics in prison

A great story in the LA Times today about a prison inmate who taught himself ancient hieroglyphics from his cell in solitary confinement at the state prison in Tehachapi.

He now writes to the Biblical Archaeology Review, arguing the findings of scholars.

 

 

 

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  1. AnthonyL. Quinones

    Sam, I’m not sure about this one. Learning Hieroglypicss so he could argue with scholars. I’de rather he learned french and bother super models. To each his own and I’m glad he’s been productive I think.

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