In symbols, hieroglyph (LH:6), Greek hieros- “sacred, sanctified” + -glyphein “to carve”, is a pictorial-based character, based on a combinations of combination of logographic, syllabic, and alphabetic elements, used in Ancient Egypt, to communicate via written language, originally carved in stone, e.g. Pyramid Texts (2400BC) or Coffin Texts (2100BC) and later put on papyrus, e.g. Papyrus of Ani (1250BC).
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- Hieroglyph – Wikipedia.