Tracing the Script and the Language of the Ancient Macedonians

The Rosetta Stone is one of the best known textual artifacts from ancient Egypt and has been the object of a great number of studies and much research in the scholarly world of this field. It has its name because the location where it was excavated, that is Rosetta, i.e. El-Rashid in Arabic. In 1802 the Rosetta Stone was moved to England where it still is today and is one of the best-known exhibits at the British Museum in London.