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    Rosetta Stones

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    Rosetta Stone can be qualified as a Hidden Champion according to criteria presented in A “ Hidden Champions of the 21 Century”, even though the level of public awareness about the company was approximately 74-79%, based on general population surveys. Even though the company is not “hidden”, but it is a “ champion” on the market of language- learning programs, and their success can be easily attributed to fulfillment of Hidden Champions characteristics. Lesson 1- Ambitious goals. The general

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    Rosetta Stone

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    UV3930 Rev. Mar. 25, 2011 ROSETTA STONE: PRICING THE 2009 IPO We are changing the way the world learns languages. —Tom Adams It was mid-April 2009. Tom Adams, president and CEO of Rosetta Stone, Inc. (Rosetta Stone), the language learning software company, reached for his iPhone to contact Phil Clough of private equity fund ABS Capital. Adams and Clough had been discussing plans to take Rosetta Stone public for some time. The wait was finally over. In the wake of the 2008 financial

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    Rosetta Stone Analysis

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    The Rosetta Stone has a long and complex history. The knowledge inscribed on the stone itself offers a glimpse of life in Egypt under the Pharaoh Ptolemy V. Though Egypt had lost part of its former identity as a power, and instead acted as a Roman client state, Egypt still acted as its own separate entity. The Rosetta Stone offers a major look into Egypt as a center of trade, religion and culture. The Rosetta Stone not only stands as a testament to the relationship between Egypt and its people

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    The Story of the Rosetta stone Language is the human ability to acquire and use complex system of communication. Where people in the same community, nation, or geographical area speak in the same way. Greece official language for communication is Greek. They made their own language from different area they associated with on a daily bases. Egyptian had their own way of talking to people. Their language was Afro-Asiatic language. This type of language use until the 10th century AD. Then, it was

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    translation. Scholars such as Sylvestre de Sacy had attempted to translate the Rosetta Stone before Champollion, but after painstaking and unfruitful work, they abandoned it (Giblin 32). Champollion’s breakthrough with hieroglyphics on the Rosetta Stone opened up new possibilities to study and understand ancient Egypt like never before, and modern Egyptology was born. The Rosetta Stone was found in the town of Rosetta and sent to French

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    The Rosetta Stone was a very important part of history. Today we might never know what the Egyptian ancient writings of the priest say if it were not for the stone. The Rosetta Stone has broadened people’s languages and helped people to communicate with Egyptians and Greeks. The Rosetta Stone is a stone with writing on it in 2 different languages Greek and Egyptian. The Rosetta Stone uses 3 types of scripts demotic, Greek, and Hieroglyphic. The Rosetta stone lists all the good things that the pharaohs

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    The Rosetta Stone is a large stone covered in writing in three scripts: hieroglyphics, demotic, and Greek. It was discovered by French soldiers in the late 1700s at the time of the Napoleonic conquest and occupation of Egypt. Napoleon had brought French intellectuals to help him study things about Egypt and they believed that The Rosetta Stone would be the code to deciphering Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. However, when the French were beaten by British military forces, they were forced to give

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    history of Ancient Egypt remained a mystery to the world. Besides the pyramids, the most baffling secret was unlocking the code of the Rosetta Stone. The finding of this stone proved the key to deciphering the mystery to the Egyptian hieroglyphs. At the time of this discovery, they never imagined it would be one of the greatest discoveries in history. The Rosetta Stone was an amazing discovery made by a man in Napoleon’s army, back in 1799. The discovery was an ancient basalt slab, carved in 196

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    The Rosetta stone is one of the most significant discoveries made in the study of archaeology, since it is the key to deciphering hieroglyphics, and in-turn unearthing a plethora of knowledge about ancient Egyptian civilizations. The stone was discovered in 1799 by a member of a French army lead by Napoleon Bonaparte in the town of Rashid (Rosetta) on the Mediterranean coast. The stone was eventually surrendered to British authorities and is currently on display in the British museum in London.

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    The Rosetta Stone By Thomas Halloran The Rosetta Stone was a crucial part of deciphering hieroglyphs for mankind. The Rosetta Stone is a large piece of dark grey granite. The Stone is three feet nine inches long and two feet four inches wide. The stone approximately weighs a massive 1,680 pounds. Carved by the Egyptians in 196 B.C., the Stone contains a portion of text reflected in three scripts. One of the scripts, Hieroglyphs, had not been deciphered when the Stone was discovered. The other

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