Napoleon Bonaparte Taking Control of France Through a Coup d’Etat, the Discovery of the Rosetta Stone, and the First Person to Open an Aquarium

Napoleon Bonaparte used a coup d'etat to take over France in 1799. Bonaparte made himself emperor in 1804 and ruled until he was exiled in 1815. Upon expedition in Egypt, Bonaparte’s soldiers discovered the Rosetta Stone, which was used to decipher many different ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Phineas Taylor Barnum was the first person to ever open an aquarium. Barnum opened the first ever aquarium as part of his American Museum in 1856...

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