ROSETTA STONE by SpideRaY external

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    • Version 1.008 © SpideRaYsfoNtS. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) SpideRaYsfoNtS. All rights reserved. ROSETTA STONE fan-font is a trademark of SpideRaYsfoNtS. www.linkedin.com/in/spideray SpideRaYsfoNtS, ROSETTA STONE Please read this before any use of the font. ----------------------------------------------------- Do not under any circumstances use the font in public media unless permission is given from designer SpideRaYsfoNtS or legal reseller. You may use this font as permitted by the EULA for the product in which this font is included to display and print content. You may only (i) embed this font in content as permitted by the embedding restrictions included in this font; and (ii) temporarily download this font to a printer or other output device to help print content. You may not share this font, neither on websites or to other computers,unless SpideRaYsfoNtS' permission is given. If you do not accept these agreements, do not install or use the font. ----------------------- SpideRaYsfoNtS admin@spideraysfonts.com (UK) www.spideraysfonts.com www.facebook.com/SpideRaYsfoNtS www.twitter.com/SpideRaYsfoNtS www.spideraysfonts.deviantart.com www.etsy.com/shop/SpideRaYsfoNtS/about
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    Jul 12th, 2011 / quote /
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    This font created for personal use only, please enjoy typing in two of the ancient writings from the Rosetta Stone way back in 196 BC, hieroglyphs were normally enclosed in a cartouche, the greek is modern lowercase for comparison only, demotic to follow soon.

    From the Ptolemaic Period, 196 B.C.
    Height: 114.400 cm (max.)
    Width: 72.300 cm
    Thickness: 27.900 cm
    Weight: about 760 kilograms (1,676 lb.)

    The Rosetta Stone is inscribed in 3 languages:

    Demotic (the everyday script, used to write documents),
    Greek (the language of Ionian Greeks, an administrative script), and
    Hieroglyphs (for priestly business).

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