Ce n’est pas la première fois qu’on essaye de faire remonter les racines de l’anglais aux temps les plus reculés de la civilisation1, mais ça c’est champion:

The names of the pharaohs, the names of their gods are all in spoken or broken English. Take the names of the Pharaohs-Hatshepsut, Amenophis, Amenotep, in English when translated or rather re-pronounced, we find a description of their personalities or dispositions, Hatshepsut becomes Heart-She-Shoot; Amenophis becomes A-Man-of-Peace and Amenotep becomes A-Man-of-Depth.

English was the secret code of ancient Egypt, claims UK-based Nigerian author - Tribune

  1. Bailey, Richard W., Images of English: A Cultural History of the Language.