The Rosetta Stone let archaeologists understand, read and find out about Ancient Egyptian Civilizations. The Rosetta Stone had hieroglyphics written on it.
No, the Rosetta Stone was not a person. They named it the Rosetta Stone because it was discovered in Rosetta, a town in northern Egypt near the Nile delta.
The Rosetta Stone is an ancient slab of stone with writings in three languages. It dates back to 196 B.C.
The Rosetta Stone is pinkish-grey granodiorite, on which the three languages were carved.
Understanding ancient languages
The original Rosetta Stone was a stone tablet that researches found and used to help translate an ancient egyptian language, so no. If you were reffering to the new Rosetta Stone, which is a language learning technology, then yes. See why they call it Rosetta Stone? Because the original was used to decifer an ancient language. By the way, this is the first straight answer I've given.
It is part of the history of ancient Egypt.
No, if it has writing on it it's not prehistoric.
The Rosetta Stone is a slab that depicts three different ancient languages. It was discovered in Egypt in 1799.
The Rosetta stone helped scholars discover the whole Egyptian alphabet.
No, the Rosetta Stone had nothing to do with the Bible really. The Rosetta Stone was written by Egyptian priests to celebrate the rise of a Hellenistic king. It helps decode the ancient hieroglyphic manuscripts that evidentiate the bible.