By Taylre Rene Malloy~Self-Love Literature Contributing Writer
The ancient Egyptians, along with many other early civilizations, knew the healing powers that creative writing generates and attribute all forms of modern written expression as a gift from the ancient Kemetic deity, Tehuti.
The Egyptians, more naturally known as the Kemites of ancient Nubia, classified writing as a sacred act, and thus it became important to document and communicate information about spirituality, government, and society within sacred texts.
As a result, many ancient societies invented written scripts that could be used to record information. The most famous of all ancient Egyptian scripts are hieroglyphics. Through the use of hieroglyphs, scribes were able to preserve the beliefs, history, and ideas of ancient Kemet across the temples, tomb walls, and papyrus scrolls. These papyrus scrolls were used as blueprints during the reconstruction of the dynasties, healing rituals, and mummification.
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