Fidäl (ፊደል) is Ethiopian and Eritrean Alphabet today.
The earliest inscriptions of Semitic and Cushitic languages date to the 9th century BCE. It originated as consonant-only alphabet, written left-to-right and was first used to write Geʽez, now the liturgical language (religious service of worship) of the Ethiopian and Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church. In Amharic and Tigrinya, the script is often called fidäl (ፊደል), meaning "script" or "alphabet".
Only horn of Africa (Ethiopia and Eritrea Today) has its alphabet to symbolize their writing system.
The Fidäl (ፊደል) has 26 consonant letters.