The popularity of ancient and historical languages is growing among language enthusiasts as well as throughout academia. Teach Yourself is working with specialists in this field to grow and expand our successful range of ancient languages over the next few years.
People study ancient languages out of personal interest as well as for professional and academic pursuits. Understanding of the ancient world and languages is useful for careers in linguistics, law, community work, the diplomatic service, education, museum and archival work, the media, and executive roles in the private or public sector.
Knowledge of ancient languages is often required for:
Near Eastern History (and Languages)
Biblical, Theological or Semitic Studies
Germanic Languages (or Philology)
South Asian Studies (Sanskrit)
Interdisciplinary backgrounds: literature, history, medieval studies, archaeology, religious studies.
“For those who like learning new languages using learning by discovery rather than old-fashioned study of paradigms and memorization, this book might be just the place for you to learn Middle Egyptian, the basic language underlying Egyptian hieroglyphs.”
– Janet H. Johnson, Morton D. Hull Distinguished Service Professor of Egyptology, Oriental Institute, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago
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