I didn't know what it means.
I grew up on this stuff!
The Rosetta Stone, what originally allowed us to translate hieroglyphics.
This image of the Rosetta Stone is just fun to look at. Wish I could see the original.
A big kiss up letter to some priest.
/rosetta de crypted by Champolion.
I am pretty sure the bottom part is legalize... hence the small print.
The rosetta stone. See for yourself. Now I want to sit down and figure it out myself...
i want to see the actual rosetta stone!
The key to our understanding of th ancient world, comparative text in a known and unknow language. If you can read one text you can work out the other, given a few years and some strong coffee
Good gum, I'd figured it would look pretty impressive, but this is fantastic.
rosetta... pretty amazing.
I just did a presentation on this today and then I stumble this now. Wow...
The Rosetta Stone is pretty awesome.
Timeline: 300,000 to 4001 BCE