Are there any other documents written in Reformed Egyptian besides the book of Mormon?

The Book of Mormon was said to be translated from a language called "Reformed Egyptian." No such language is known. Furthermore, for Jews to write in the language of Egyptians, by whom they were detested, would be like an American writing American History during the Cold War in Russian
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Update 2: Mainstream scholars' view of reformed Egyptian Standard language reference works contain no reference to "reformed Egyptian".[3] No non-Mormon scholars acknowledge the existence of a "reformed Egyptian" language as it has been described in Mormon belief. For instance, in 1966, John A.... show more Mainstream scholars' view of reformed Egyptian
Standard language reference works contain no reference to "reformed Egyptian".[3] No non-Mormon scholars acknowledge the existence of a "reformed Egyptian" language as it has been described in Mormon belief. For instance, in 1966, John A. Wilson, professor of Egyptology at the University of Chicago, wrote, "From time to time there are allegations that picture writing has been found in America… In no case has a professional Egyptologist been able to recognize these characters as Egyptian hieroglyphs. From our standpoint there is no such language as 'reformed Egyptian.'"[8] Klaus Baer, another Egyptologist at the University of Chicago, called the characters of the "Caractors" document nothing but "doodlings."[9] Anthropologist Michael D. Coe of Yale University, an expert in pre-Columbian Mesoamerican studies, has written, "Of all the peoples of the pre-Columbian New World, only the ancient Maya had a complete script."[
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