I'm brailling a Math text. There is a page with many hieroglyphics used for words (29). In addition there are symbols for numerals. I can't possibly draw the pictures meaningfully. Do you have any suggestions for substitutions that would be appropriate? Thanks in advance for your help. I am attaching a pix.
This should work out just fine if you use the words supplied in the chart. I would include a transcriber's note stating the following: (TN) The chart is brailled as a list. The English letter equivalent is followed by the hieroglypic label.
A Eagle (1) A Arm (2) B Foot (3) etc.
If a puzzle follows, I would include the numeral in parentheses with each hieroglyph name; that will make it easier for the student to locate the item since the hieroglyphics are not in English alphabetical order.