Cursive hieroglyphs

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Cursive hieroglyphs, or hieroglyphic book hand, are a form of Egyptian hieroglyphs commonly used for handwritten religious documents, such as the Book of the Dead.wikipedia
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Egyptian hieroglyphs

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Cursive hieroglyphs, or hieroglyphic book hand, are a form of Egyptian hieroglyphs commonly used for handwritten religious documents, such as the Book of the Dead.
Cursive hieroglyphs were used for religious literature on papyrus and wood.

Papyrus of Ani

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It was particularly common during the Ramesside Period, and many famous documents, such as the Papyrus of Ani, utilize it.
The Papyrus of Ani is a papyrus manuscript in the form of a scroll with cursive hieroglyphs and color illustrations that was created c. 1250 BCE, during the nineteenth dynasty of the New Kingdom of ancient Egypt.

Book of the Dead

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Cursive hieroglyphs, or hieroglyphic book hand, are a form of Egyptian hieroglyphs commonly used for handwritten religious documents, such as the Book of the Dead.
The text of a New Kingdom Book of the Dead was typically written in cursive hieroglyphs, most often from left to right, but also sometimes from right to left.

Hieratic

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Cursive hieroglyphs should not be confused with the truly cursive form of hieroglyphs known as hieratic.
Although handwritten printed hieroglyphs continued to be used in some formal situations, such as manuscripts of the Egyptian Book of the Dead, noncursive hieroglyphic script became largely restricted to monumental inscriptions.

Book hand

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Cursive hieroglyphs, or hieroglyphic book hand, are a form of Egyptian hieroglyphs commonly used for handwritten religious documents, such as the Book of the Dead.

Papyrus

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This style of writing was typically written with ink and a reed brush on papyrus, wood, or leather.

Twentieth Dynasty of Egypt

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It was particularly common during the Ramesside Period, and many famous documents, such as the Papyrus of Ani, utilize it.

Coffin Texts

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It was also employed on wood for religious literature such as the Coffin Texts.

Orthographic ligature

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Hieratic has many ligatures and signs unique to itself.

Egyptian language

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Whilst most Middle Egyptian is seen written on monuments by hieroglyphs, it was also written using a cursive variant, and the related hieratic.

Understanding Hieroglyphs: A Complete Introductory Guide

The Scribe chapter has some introduction to cursive or linear hieroglyphs.