|A) Cuneiform||B) Hieroglyphic|
|C) Demotic||D) There was no script|
The Egyptian scripts is known as Hieroglyphic which means 'sacred writing' . It consisted of 24 signs, each of which stood for a single consonant. Vowels were not written. Later the Egyptian started using symbols for ideas and the total number of signs rose to about 500. The writers, who constituted an important section of society , wrote with reed pens on the leaves of a plant called 'Papyrus' from which we get the word 'paper'.