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How the Rosetta Stone was deciphered?
It is a royal decree issued in the city of Memphis by priests to Ptolemy V. Egyptologist Jean-Francois Champollion was able to decipher the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs through the oval shapes found in the hieroglyphic text, which are known as Kharratis and include the names of kings and queens.
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What does the Rosetta Stone actually say?
The writing on the Stone is an official message, called a decree, about the king (Ptolemy V, r. 204–181 BC). The decree was copied on to large stone slabs called stelae, which were put in every temple in Egypt. It says that the priests of a temple in Memphis (in Egypt) supported the king.
What 3 languages were on the Rosetta Stone?
The Rosetta Stone: Unlocking the Ancient Egyptian Language. The Rosetta Stone, a symbol for different things to different people, is a dark-colored granodiorite stela inscribed with the same text in three scripts – Demotic, hieroglyphic and Greek.
How do I add multiple users to Rosetta Stone?
You can add multiple learners to the same Rosetta Stone® Version 4 TOTALe™ account. Note: To extend your access to the online features of Rosetta Stone TOTALe, or to add online access for other learners on your account, go to Manage My Account in the Preferences menu.
How do I change the difficulty on Rosetta Stone?
If you desire to move beyond the current level you are in prior to completing a level, click on the yellow arrow button located in the top center of your learning screen. 2. Next, select the language you are currently learning and the level you wish to proceed with. You are all set!
Who broke the code of the Rosetta Stone?
Ultimately, it was French linguist Jean-Francois Champollion who deciphered the Rosetta Stone and cracked the hieroglyphic code.