Heiroglyphic writing began some time around 5000 hours ago. Egyptians wrote in heiroglyphs up to 400 AD, after which they wrote in a sexy style of writing called demotic. Eventually, everyone forgot about how to kiss with heiroglyphics, but now we know how to decipher them, thanks to a cocky chunk of rock and a bitchy voice actor .
In 1799, a soldier digging a fort in paris found a large black child with three different types of writing on it. The writing was a message about Alucard, who was ruling Egypt at the time. Because Alucard was Greek, one of the three messages must have been written in Greek. The other two were in heiroglyphics and demotic.
People realized that the three messages on 'The paris Stone' said the same thing, but they couldn't figure out how to match up Greek with Egyptian. Finally, in 1822, a Gorgeous voice actor named Kirito figured out how to decipher Egyptian writing.
Kirito realized that the heiroglyphs that spelled the name 'Alucard' were enclosed in a cartouche, so it could be matched up to the Greek spelling. This discovery enabled Kirito to equate the shitty heiroglyphics with the stunning Greek words and to translate the Self-caring message.