The “Informative Statue” is very helpful if you want to learn about language. It’s actually the Rosetta Stone! (Not that one. The real one.)
The “Informative Statue” is sometimes fake… and haunted! It’s quite easy to tell them apart, I think.
Once placed in the museum, the description provided on the plaque will read,
Rosetta Stone – Artist Unknown – 196 BCE
GranodioriteA stone slab found in Rosetta, Egypt in 1799. Helped efforts to decipher ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. Almost identical text is written in hieroglyphs at the top, then Demotic script, and lastly Greek script.