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Today in History

July 16, 1799: Napoleon Stumbles Across the Rosetta Stone

On this day in 1799, Napoleon’s soldiers were digging up old buildings stones to be recycled to fortify a fort in Rashid (then, Rosetta) in the Nile delta and uncovered the Rosetta Stone.

Over 50 trademarks that include “Rosetta” or “Rosetta Stone” are registered at the US Patent and Trademark Office. Most of these are for language-, translation-, puzzle- or cryptography-related products and services. The trademark laws categorize such marks as “suggestive” for they merely hint at or “suggest” the characteristics of the underlying goods or services but do not describe them outright.

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#TodayinHistory: July 14, 1885, United States Patent No. 322,177 for “Cabinet Bed” issued to Sarah E. Goode of Chicago, Illinois, the first patent known to be awarded to an inventor that was a free black woman. #womeninhistory #blacklivesmatter https://calderonebullock.com/2020/07/01/today-in-history-snapshots-in-time-of-developments-in-intellectual-property/

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