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Most people think about hieroglyphs as the main form of writing in ancient Egypt, but many other scripts existed. It might also come as a shock, as well, to know that not many people could read and write in ancient Egypt, perhaps as many as one in a hundred. Throughout this gallery theres different examples of scripts that were used in ancient Egypt, on a wide variety of medium, from stone through to metalwork, right through to papyrus and coffins. Hieroglyphs was the most ornate script and it was used for monumental inscriptions, such as those found in temples and tombs, like this granite stela here, which is a tablet carved of hieroglyphs made about 4000 years ago in a period of time called the Middle Kingdom. At the bottom we have a scene here of three men, but at the top, this really interesting symmetrical arrangement of the hieroglyphs and it demonstrates how hieroglyphs can read in two directions. So, the top part of the stela gives us the name of the two men that its dedicat