So far I've only found 3 or 4:

The one that I'm most excited about is Book of the Dead because it is a cohesive whole sort of like the Bible or Kalevala or something. I'm wondering if there are any other resources out there on the web (or if not, then in some library that is publicly accessible), which has more stuff in pure hieroglyphics. Ideally illustrations of hieroglyphics rather than photographs.

I completely looked through https://www.pyramidtextsonline.com/library.html, which is how I found the uchicago one, but they only have 3 or 4 more hieroglyphic-packed PDFs. Wondering if one knows of any other larger pure hieroglyph collections. Ancient Egyptian Literature suggests there are these that might be in hieroglyphics:

  • Papyrus of Ani
  • Story of Sinuhe
  • The Eloquent Peasant
  • Instructions of Amenemhat
  • The Loyalist Teaching
  • Pyramid Texts
  • Coffin Texts
  • Tales of the Magician
  • King Neferkare and General Sasenet
  • Instruction of Hardjedef
  • Prophecy of Neferti
  • Maxims of Ptahhotep
  • Instructions of Kagemni
  • Teaching for King Merykare
  • Prisse Papyrus
  • Tale of the Court of King Cheops
  • King Neferkare
  • General Sasenet
  • The Taking of Joppa
  • Tale of the doomed prince
  • Tale of Two Brothers
  • The Report of Wenamun
  • Admonitions of Ipuwer
  • Prophecy of Neferti
  • Dispute between a man and his Ba
  • Demotic Chronicle
  • Oracle of the Lamb
  • Oracle of the Potter
  • Litany of Ra
  • Amduat
  • The Great Hymn to the Aten
  • Autobiography of Weni
  • Instructions in Wisdom
  • ...All these papyri

This is looking good.

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Something like THIS.

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