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Who created hieroglyphics?

Who created hieroglyphics?

ancient Egyptians
The ancient Egyptians used the distinctive script known today as hieroglyphs (Greek for “sacred words”) for almost 4,000 years. Hieroglyphs were written on papyrus, carved in stone on tomb and temple walls, and used to decorate many objects of cultic and daily life use.

Who Created Chinese?

According to legend, Chinese characters were invented by Cangjie, a bureaucrat under the legendary Yellow Emperor. Inspired by his study of the animals of the world, the landscape of the earth and the stars in the sky, Cangjie is said to have invented symbols called zì (字) – the first Chinese characters.

How did the ancient Chinese keep their records?

Ancient Chinese Record Keeping. Home. Soon after the Mesopotamians and the Egyptians, the Chinese also started a language and way of communicating of their own. Like the Sumerians, the earliest form of writing the Chinese developed was pictographs. They used pictures of some items that they traded to keep track of what they traded.

How did the ancient Egyptians keep their records?

And extensive records were kept, particularly for the network of royal storehouses within which the “in kind”tax payments were kept. Egyptian bookkeepers associated with each storehouse kept meticulous records, which were checked by an elaborate internal verification system.

How did accounting work in ancient Egypt and China?

Accounting In Ancient Egypt, China, Greece and Rome. Governmental accounting in ancient Egypt developed in a fashion similar to the Mesopotamians. The use of papyrus rather than clay tablets allowed more detailed records to be made more easily.

What did ancient China do to help Egypt?

Egyptians focused primarily on the afterlife. They built grand pyramids as burial sites and afterlife protection for Pharaohs and important nobles. The Chinese spent their efforts building roads for easier trade and canals for efficient, improved farming. The Chinese also created the blast furnace.