Might I ask if you studied the writing systems of 4th dynasty Egyptian scribes as part of your course? I suspect not but am sure you will qualify this for us.
If not, surely you are simply ascribing something you learned a little about to something which you know nothing about and drawing an erroneous conclusion.
If you know little or nothing about the characteristics of written script in the 4th dynasty, you cannot confidently refute the claim that it was actually written during the 4th dynasty, can you?
Might I, like Scott has already done, ask you to elaborate what is it that convinces you of the "Victorian English characteristics" in the presentation of these glyphs as handwritten script.
I find your claim, followed by another that it is "too complicated to explain here" unworthy of consideration unless you are prepared to justify such a position with some logic and reason.
For one, I look forward to your lesson in an 'Idiot's guide to graphology'; perhaps that should be an 'Idiot's guide to glyphology.'