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La pierre de Rosette porte la même inscription écrite en trois langues : en hyéroglyphes de l'Egypte antique, le démotique et le grec. Sa découverte en 1799 a joué un rôle clé pour découvrir le système d'écriture hyéroglyphique, permettant ainsi aux historiens modernes de déchiffrer le contenu de nombreux manuscrits et gravures qui étaient auparavant inconnus. La pierre de Rosette se trouve actuellement au British Museum.

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Rosetta is a charming and well mannered garden fairy residing in Pixie Hollow. She shares a sassy streak with Tinker Bell & speaks with a Southern accent. Rosetta arrived in Pixie Hollow before most of her friends so she is presumed to be a little wiser than the others. She dislikes mud despite being a garden fairy. She tends to become guilty of judging a book by it's cover. Rosetta wears pink or red dresses that resemble flower petals. She has somewhat curly shoulder-length hair.


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"Lithograph image depicting a group of scholars (mostly male, with the occasional female also in attendance), dressed in Victorian garb, ins...

"Image of a contemporary newspaper report from 1801 of approximately three column inches describing the arrival of the Rosetta Stone in Engl...

Lesson 6: Notebook: "Image of the Rosetta Stone set against a reconstructed image of the original stele it came from, showing 14 missing lines of hieroglyphic t...

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The Evolution of the Rosetta Stone

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The term Rosetta Stone is now used in other contexts as the name for the essential clue to a new field of knowledge. The Rosetta Stone is a granodiorite stele inscribed with a decree issued at Memphis, Egypt, in 196 BC on behalf of King Ptolemy V. The decree appears in three scripts: the upper text is Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, the middle portion Demotic script, and the lowest Ancient Greek. Because it presents essentially the same text in all three scripts