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Hieroglyphica [Hans van den Berg]

This site was active from ca. 1990-2010. It said: The Centre for Computer-aided Egyptological Research (CCER) at Utrecht University in The Netherlands specializes in matters related to the application of computers in Egyptology. At CCER, find the 200 USD Extended Library, a hieroglyphic computer font of more than 4700 signs for use with both hieroglyphic text processing programmes Glyph for Windows and MacScribe. Type 1 (PC, Mac) or TrueType (PC). The book Hieroglyphica covers ober 6900 glyphs, all shown on the web page.

In 2012, CCER closed. Professor Dirk van den Plas writes: Dear colleagues and friends of the CCER. The team of the Centre of Computer-aided Egyptological Research (CCER, Utrecht University) has developed pioneering and useful computing tools and international projects for Egyptological research since 1990 (among other things Manual de Codage, Multilingual Egyptological Thesaurus, Glyph for Windows & Extended Library, Coffin Texts Word Index, Egyptian Treasures in Europe, Global Egyptian Museum). The CCER was the driving force of the group Informatique & Egyptologie and the Horssen Meetings. CCER inspired Egyptological scholars, students and institutions to make use of these upcoming new ICT tools and helped them to implement them. Now 20 years after the founding of CCER it is time to accept that CCER has become part of history and that the well-known CCER site must switch to another life and a new concept. Some years ago it appeared that there was no future for CCER in the Netherlands. Besides its director retired. Therefore I have decided to stop finally also the shop of the site www.ccer.nl by the end of 2010. I'll transmit by then the site and all rights to my former assistant Hans van den Berg. He was my gifted and much appreciated during many years. He would like to use this site to record the history of Computing & Egyptology. He will continue and maintain some useful tools for Egyptology on this site as well. I would like to thank all colleagues, assistants and friends for the collaboration and confidence during those pioneering years, Dirk van der Plas

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