Ogham is amongst the earliest forms of writing utilized in Ireland.
It was discovered around fourth century A.D. and was used for approximately 50 decades. The Ogham alphabet consists of a sequence of strokes across or along a line. Some people refer Ogham as "Celtic Tree Alphabet’ since the number of its letters is connected to aged Irish names for various trees. The Ogham alphabet was previously carved on a wide range of standing stones as a way of commemorating a person.