For our 75th episode of the Cherryleaf podcast, we have some fun at the British Museum.
We look at some of the objects through the eyes of a technical communicator.
On the way, we managed to get a few things wrong.
We mispronounced Jean-François Champollion’s surname.
The Rosetta Stone was written in two languages, but three scripts.
It also turns out that the rules to the Game of Ur were discovered on a cuneiform clay tablet in the late 1980s.