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Were the Brass Plates Written in Egyptian? - III
|Title||Were the Brass Plates Written in Egyptian? - III|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1921|
|Authors||Brookbank, Thomas W.|
|Magazine||The Young Woman's Journal|
|Date Published||June 1921|
|Keywords||Language - Hebrew; Language - Mayan; Language - Reformed Egyptian; Native Americans - Maya; Recordkeeping; Writing System|
Looking at a variety of cultural and linguistic aspects to support his point of view, the author defends the Latter-day Saint belief that the brass plates were written in Egyptian.
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Were the Brass Plates Written in Egyptian? - III." The Young Woman's Journal 32, no. 6 (1921): 368-370. "
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