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Rosetta Stone Spanish (Latin America) Level 1-5. If anyone has a copy they aren't using i will gladly take it off your hands. :)

The Rosetta Stone - British Museum - without the discovery of this, hieroglyphics would never have been translated.

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The Rosetta Stone, 196 BC; a fragment of a larger basalt steele, was written in Egyptian hieroglyph, Demotic (a shorthand) and Greek. Found by Napoleon's French soldiers while building a fort, it is now in the British Museum, London.

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15 Solid Facts About the Rosetta Stone

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Infographic: Next-Gen World Language Learning - Getting Smart by Getting Smart Staff - foreign language, infographic, langchat, Next Gen Lea...

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The Rosetta Stone has the same inscription written in three languages; Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, Demotic, and Greek. Its discovery in 1799 was key to figuring out the hieroglyphic writing system, thus allowing modern historians to unlock the contents of many manuscripts and carvings that were previously unknown. The Rosetta Stone is currently located in the British Museum.

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Learn Spanish at Home with Rosetta Stone Homeschool

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The British Museum located in the Bloomsbury area of London. The center of the museum was redeveloped and opened by Queen Elizabeth II in December 2000 to become the Great Court, surrounding the original Reading Room. The Great Court features a beautiful tessellated glass roof designed by Buro Happold.

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