Reformed Egyptian

A  Type of Reformed Egyptian had been found in the last few years in the kingdom of Meroe, south of Egypt.  The script has been described by linguists and Egyptologists as "reformed Egyptian".  This type and style of writing dates from the time of Lehi, 700-600 B.C.E.

The top section with the word: "Characters" is a copy of the transcribed characters from the Gold Plates  described as the "Whitmer Text".  Below the Whitmer Text  are two lines of the Merotic, below that, a transliteration of  the phonetic sounds or values, with Egyptian hieroglyphics and to the far right, Merotic.