The Decoding of the Rosetta Stone, Sending Copies Around the World, Archeologists Using Cigars to Rid Mosquitos, Ticks, and Midges, 19th Century Archaeology, and British Archeologist Pitt Rivers’ Human Being Catalog Process

The decoding of the Rosetta Stone was a massive breakthrough, taking 20 years to achieve, and shaping archeology into a science rather than an art, as for the first time to focus was not centered upon owning a piece for its beauty but rather understanding a piece for the information it contains and can therefore share with society of the present day. The Rosetta Stone was inked and pressed by paper to make exact duplicates and had 4 plaster copies made which were sent to the University of Oxford...

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