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    The Rosetta Stone

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    reconstructed by Napoleon’s army near the town of el-Rashid (or Rosetta). So, after the defeat of Napoleon the British took ownership of the stone through Treaty of Alexandria (The Rosetta Stone). Originally it was the said that the stone was Basalt, but now studies have proven that it is actually a type of graphite called granodiorite (Rosetta Stone-BYU). Today the Rosetta stone can be located in the British Museum in London, England. It is the most popular exhibit in the museum (Rosetta…

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    The Rosetta Stone is one of the most valuable pieces of art that is dated back to 196 BC. The Rosetta stone was discovered in 1799 by Napoleon’s French troops in present day Rashid, Egypt. The troops quickly realized its high value and it was taken to France, where it was examined by Thomas Young and Jean-Francois Champollion. Young and Champollion were two of the first people to decipher the ancient Egypt hieroglyphs by using the, “texts carved upon it… written in three languages: ancient…

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    Waxman, S. 2008 Finding Rosetta (ch. 2.). Loot: The Battle over the Stolen Treasures of the Ancient World. Times Books, N.Y. Throughout the course of this chapter Waxman overviews how antiquarianism and Europeans within Egypt had both positive and negative effects on Egyptology. She starts off by looking at Napoleon’s conquest of Egypt and the work his savants took on as they documented the great monuments of Europe. She then goes off to talk about Jean-Francois Champollion and Giovanni…

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    Why Is Language Dying Out

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    The French found it in Egypt in 1799 when they had control over Egypt. When the British defeated the French in 1802, Britain gained control over the Rosetta Stone. At the time Britain knew how to speak the language of ancient Greece (The Discovery and the Importance of the Rosetta Stone). Using that information, they were able to figure out what they rest of the stone meant. Since the stone said essentially the same thing in three different languages, Britain translated the hieroglyphics into…

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    Rosetta Stone Essay

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    The Rosetta stone has always been a mystery among the scientist and the common people who have viewed it.The questions they ask is who made this?What does it say?What does it mean it?It was said to be of the ancient stones of the Egyptians.In the story The Riddle Of the Rosetta Stone"It shows the strong points and the pitfalls of the scientist who discovered and broke certain parts of the codes of the stone.This story shows alot of ambition,perseverance,and responsibility of the scientist and…

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    Artifact Found! The Rosetta Stone was originally from ancient Egypt and then a group of french archaeologists took it from Egypt in 1799. When the French archaeologists were going back to France the British people attacked them and took the Rosetta Stone in 1800 that is why it is damaged (it was already damaged long before it was dug up) it was put in a museum in 1802 in the British Museum. The Rosetta Stone has three languages on it it translates Egyptian Script, Hieroglyphics and…

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    Rosetta Research Paper

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    Rosetta was a wonderful and useful spacecraft. Results of Rosetta’s mission were very interesting and helpful to the astronomers. The scientific instruments involved in Rosetta’s mission were very supportive in collecting data. There were lots of people longing for Rosetta’s mission. Rosetta’s timeline starts off with Rosetta being launched. On March 2nd, 2004, the spacecraft Rosetta was launched from Kourou, French Guiana along with spacecraft Philae, its lander module. On March 4th, 2005,…

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    Rosetta Research Paper

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    Rosetta was a wonderful and useful spacecraft. Results of Rosetta’s mission were very interesting and helpful to the astronomers. The scientific instruments involved in Rosetta’s mission were very supportive in collecting data. There were lots of people longing for Rosetta’s mission. Rosetta’s timeline starts off with Rosetta being launched. On March 2nd, 2004, the spacecraft Rosetta was launched from Kourou, French Guiana along with spacecraft Philae, its lander module. On March 4th, 2005,…

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    Rosetta Stone The Rosetta stone is one of the greatest ancient discoveries to ever be found. It has helped humans decipher languages and translate. The stone itself was carved in 196 B.C. and was made for the purpose of translation. When Napoleon, an emperor known for his enlightened view of education, art and culture, invaded Egypt in 1798, he took along a group of scholars and told them to seize all important cultural artifacts for France. Pierre Bouchard, one of Napoleon’s soldiers, was…

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    Rosetta Ross Summary

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    Ross, Rosetta E. Witnessing and Testifying: Black Women, Religion, and Civil Rights. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2003. Print. Thesis: Studies of the Civil Rights Movement that have treated religious self-understanding do not examine the role of an African American religious worldview and gendered; particularly Black women’s, interaction with Black religious traditions and institutions and with U.S. social life. Substantive Questions: 1.) Would the Civils Right Movement been as successful without…

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