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Ptolemy V Epiphanes: Rosetta Stone  wikidata:Q48584 
Artist
Ptolemy V Epiphanes: Rosetta Stone
Author
Unknown
Object type archaeological artifact / Überrest / bilingual inscription
Description
A picture of the Rosetta Stone, in a high contrast, readable format
Date 3 Ianuari 2009
Medium granodiorite
medium QS:P186,Q215690
Dimensions Length: 1,123 mm; Height: 112.3 cm; Width: 757 mm; Thickness: 284 mm
dimensions QS:P2043,+1123U174789;P2048,+112.3U174728;P2049,+757U174789;P2610,+284U174789
Accession number
Object history
  • 15 Iulai 1799: discovered
References
Authority control
Source/Photographer The website of the European Space Agency (ESA) [1]
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