Clearly, someone in the Lavigne camp figured out that remixing Rosetta stone with an EDM beat would result in an insta-classic.
And to those who have ever attempted to practice the art, it is the Rosetta stone of political humor.
From the circumstances of the discovery being near Rosetta it has always been known as the Rosetta stone.
This stone was called the Rosetta stone, after the place where it was found.
It may do for comparative-historical linguistics what the Rosetta stone did for Egyptology.
That had become a language to which he had found the Rosetta stone; it was as plain to him now as Roman text.
Here are hieroglyphics in abundance, but no Rosetta stone supplies the key by whose aid a Champollion can unravel the mystery.
In 1821 came the decipherment of the Rosetta stone by Champollion, and this added a new zest to exploration and collecting.
Almost as interesting as the Rosetta stone itself is the story of its discovery.
In Egypt we have had the luck to stumble on a clew, the Rosetta stone, which makes the ancient writing fairly clear.
discovered 1798 at Rosetta, Egypt; now in British Museum. Dating to 2c. B.C.E., its trilingual inscription helped Jean-François Champollion decipher Egyptian demotic and hieroglyphics in 1822, which opened the way to study of all early Egyptian records. Hence, figurative use of the term to mean "something which provides the key to previously unattainable understanding" (1902). The place name is the European form of Rashid, a name given because it was founded c.800 C.E. by Caliph Harun ar-Rashid.
A stone discovered in Egypt in the late eighteenth century, inscribed with ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and a translation of them in Greek. The stone proved to be the key to understanding Egyptian writing.
Note: A “Rosetta stone” is the key to understanding a complex problem.