This claim is simply incorrect.
- Joseph Smith's interpretations of the facsimiles will probably always contrast those of academic egyptologists, who translate according to the lexicons previous scholars have produced.
- Some of Joseph Smith's interpretive observations reflect remarkable understanding regarding ancient Egyptian religion and iconography.
- The author of The CES Letter is misleading his readers by claiming that Joseph Smith got "nothing" right.
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The Joseph Smith Hypocephalus . . . Twenty Years Later
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Book of Abraham/Joseph Smith Papyri/Facsimiles/Facsimile 2/Figures that were correctly identified
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