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All of the following statements are true about the Rosetta Stone, except a. it was discovered by a French soldier. c. it was written in Greek and Egyptian. b. it was written by priests. d. it helped
to solve the mystery of the Egyptian calendar.
Rosetta Stone, except it helped to solve the mystery of the Egyptian calendar.
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The false statement about the Rosetta Stone was d. it helped to solve the mystery of the Egyptian calendar.
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