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Ruling class scribes and wealthy citizens of ancient Egypt would have had literacy skills. Egypt was largely an illiterate society with potentially only one percent of the population being literate. This means that symbols were used to convey information that would have been inaccessible to the general population of Egypt religion. In ancient Egypt was a fully integrated part of the lives of every Egyptian. The ankh also called as the Egyptian symbol of death is one of the most recognizable symbols of ancient Egypt, the anchor is a cross with a loop at the top and dates to the early dynastic period between circa 3150 and 2613. Because its origins are unknown but a popular theory is that it developed from the chet or the knot of isis which is the belt buckle of the goddess isis known as the Egyptian Symbol of death.