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Català: La pedra de Rosetta resolgué un problema lingüístic particularment difícil.
English: The Rosetta Stone solved a particularly difficult linguistic problem.
Top script Egyptian hieroglyphs, 2nd Demotic Egyptian-(citizen-(democracy)-script-("commerce')}, 3rd Greek. (The first (missing)-half of the hieroglyphs can be found in other locations, including the Nabayrah Stele}
Français : La pierre de Rosette
Magyar: A rosette-i kő
Italiano: la stele di Rosetta
日本語: ロゼッタ・ストーン 縦114cm、横72cm、厚さ28cm重量762kgの花崗閃緑岩の板。上から順に、古代エジプトのヒエログリフ、古代エジプトのデモティック(草書体)、ギリシア語を用いて同じ内容の文章が記されている
Nederlands: Steen van Rosette
Polski: Kamień z Rosetty
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Source Christian Theological Seminary
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