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Technically, it is Cyperus papyrus, a part of the sedge family. After harvesting, the outer fibers are peeled away and the core of the stalk and sliced into very thin strips that are as broad as possible.The best of these strips, from the perspective of quality, comes from the center.

Additionally, the protocol often included the date and place of manufacture of the papyrus.Just like there are many different kinds and qualities of paper today, the same was true for papyrus. Very cheaply made coarse papyrus was used by merchants to wrap items.The finest and most expensive varieties were reserved for religious or literary works. Where the papyrus plants were grown, the age of the plants, the season when they were harvested, and most importantly, the layer of pith used in manufacture were all factors that affected the quality of the finished product.Progressively, the quality of the papyrus strips decline as the strips are taken further from the center of the yellowish-white pith.These strips are next soaked in water to remove the sugar content.It was light, strong, thin, durable and easy to carry, and for thousands of years, there was nothing better for the purpose of writing.

The earliest extant documented papyrus comes from Egypt's 1st Dynasty, but we believe it may have been used as early as 4,000 BC.

Or it could mean: I have a date with my dentist tomorrow. That could be the reason why in Spanish if you are talking about a date it’s much more common to use the verb that translates to “go out” instead of using the noun “date.” So instead of trying to say “I have a date with my dentist tomorrow” you could say: I’m going out with my dentist tomorrow.

Our English word "paper", is derived from the word "papyrus", an Egyptian word that originally meant "that which belongs to the house" (the bureaucracy of ancient Egypt).

At about the same time as the ancient Egyptians moved from prehistory to history by developing a written language, they discovered the need for a medium other than stone to transcribe upon.

They found this in their papyrus plant, a triangular reed which symbolized ancient lower Egypt.

In fact, papyrus sheets were usually not sold individually, but in rolls (of about 20 sheets), with the fibers running in the same direction, except for the end sheets, which were reversed in order to add stringth.