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When the French linguist Jean-François Champollion in 1822 published a translation of the hieroglyphs and the key to the grammatical system, Young ( and many others ) praised his work.
Some Related Sentences
When and French
When the negotiations began, his quarrel with the king of France was temporarily in abeyance, and he had no intention of reviving it so long as there was hope that French money would come to pay the troops who, under Charles of Valois, the papal vicar of Tuscany, were so valuable in the crusade against the Colonna cardinals and their Sicilian allies.
When they lost it, the French artillery moved in, and that was the end for Garibaldi that time, on 30 April 1849.
When Napoleon's ship had borne him to Elba, French wines had started to cross the Channel, the first shipments in a dozen war-ridden years, but the supplies had not yet reached rural hostelries where the sweet wines of the Spanish peninsula still ruled.
When this discovery was followed up in 1870, on the neighbouring Santorin ( Thera ), by representatives of the French School at Athens, much pottery of a class now known immediately to precede the typical late Aegean ware, and many stone and metal objects, were found.
When Nelson's fleet arrived off Egypt on 1 August and discovered Brueys's dispositions, he ordered an immediate attack, and his ships advanced on the French line.
When the messenger had finished, the French general reportedly announced " Nous n ' avons plus de flotte: eh bien.
When the news became certain, the French press insisted that the defeat was the result both of an overwhelmingly large British force and unspecified " traitors.
When Colonel de Gaulle did organize a counter-attack with superior French tanks, he did not have the air support to gain the upper hand and had to retreat.
When the capital was burned in 1893, the sultan sought and received protectorate status from the French.
When in 1981 François Mitterrand was elected president Denard lost the support of the French intelligence service, but he managed to strengthen the link between SA and the Comoros.
When the plane lands at Marseille, a French Gendarmerie assault team boards the aircraft and kills the hijackers.
When the French general Junot arrived in Lisbon, the Portuguese fleet had already left with all the local elite.
When the Protestant Henry IV inherited the French throne in 1589, Elizabeth sent him military support.
When the affair became public, Federalists accused him of supporting the French while Republicans such as Thomas Jefferson supported him.
When the French Constituent Assembly abolished the " feudal regime " in August 1789 this is what was meant.
When the French public were asked to select which film they wanted to see most, having been told by the Vichy government that soon no more American films would be allowed in France, the overwhelming majority chose it over all others.
When his father returned to Assisi, he took to calling him Francesco (" the Frenchman "), possibly in honour of his commercial success and enthusiasm for all things French .< ref name =" Chesterton ">
When the French forces were recalled in 1706, he accompanied the duke to Paris, where he was favourably received by Louis XIV.
When Prussia tried to put a Hohenzollern candidate, Prince Leopold, on the Spanish throne, the French angrily protested.
When the Brunswick Manifesto of July 1792 once more threatened the French population with Austrian ( Imperial ) and Prussian attacks, Louis XVI was suspected of treason and taken along with his family from the Tuileries Palace in August 1792 by insurgents supported by a new revolutionary Paris Commune.
When France was negotiating with the Netherlands about purchasing Luxembourg in 1867, the Prussian Kingdom threatened the French government with war.
When the war ended on 11 November 1918, Italy's army had occupied most of Albania ; Serbia held much of the country's northern mountains ; Greece occupied a sliver of land within Albania's 1913 borders ; and French forces occupied Korçë and Shkodër as well as other regions with sizable Albanian populations such as Kosovo.
When and linguist
When an and are given as variants, without their being determined by their environment, it's likely that they are actually either a lateral flap,, or else a flap that is phonologically unspecified as to centrality ( that is, neither specifically nor, as in Japanese ), and that the linguist has mistranscribed the sound.
When the case was reopened, a forensic linguist found that the frequency and usage of the word " then " in police transcripts suggested the transcripts were not verbatim statements but had been partially authored by police interviewers ; this and other evidence led to Bentley's posthumous pardon.
When the linguist Albert Samuel Gatschet visited them in 1881 and obtained a large vocabulary showing numerous correspondences with Siouan, linguists classified them with the Siouan-speaking peoples.
When the Somali linguist Shire Jama Ahmed's modified Latin script was chosen by the Siad Barre administration as the nation's official orthography, Somali language courses began to spring up throughout the country.
When and Jean-François
When it comes to capturing social reality, his work has much of the power and authenticity of Jean-François Millet's.
When he was seven years old, the Duke of Châtillon was named his governor, the Count of Muy was named under-governor, and Jean-François Boyer, formerly bishop of Mirepoix, was named preceptor.
Battle of Grenada 6 July 1779, by Jean-François Hue When war was officially declared, the Comte d ' Estaing, the French naval commander in North America swiftly captured the islands of Saint Vincent and Grenada.
When and 1822
When these provinces joined the First Mexican Empire in early 1822, El Salvador resisted, insisting on autonomy for the new Central American countries.
When a massive slave revolt planned by Denmark Vesey, a free black, was discovered in 1822, such hysteria ensued amidst white Charlestonians and Carolinians that the activities of free blacks and slaves were severely restricted.
When Santo Domingo became independent late in 1821, Boyer was quick to invade and gain control, uniting the entire island under his rule by 9 February 1822.
When originally settled by English colonists, Orange was simply the northern and eastern district of the now neighboring city of Milford ; however, by 1822, the population of the area had grown to the point where residents desired to form their own separate community, thus forming the town of Orange.
When he died in 1822, his estates fell to Archduke Charles from the Austrian House of Habsburg-Lorraine.
When in May 1822 the Duchy's Chief of Police, Giulio Besini, was assassinated, the tempo of arrests picked up, many were convicted, and a priest executed.
When Governor Lachlan Macquarie visited Stanwell Park he remarked in 1822 that: " On our arrival at the summit of the mountain, we were gratified with a very magnificent bird's eye view of the ocean, the 5 Islands, and of the greater part of the low country of Illawarra ... After feasting our eyes with this grand prospect, we commenced descending the mountain ... The whole face ... is clothed with the largest and finest forest trees I have ever seen in the colony.
When the book was discovered in September 1822, Pati took her children out of Virginia to Chambersburg in the free state of Pennsylvania to ensure their continued freedom.
When William Lowndes resigned from the U. S. Congress, Hamilton was elected to complete his term, and started his congressional career on December 13, 1822.
When Rabbi Isaac Adler died on December 23, 1822, thirteen year old Samuel, his four young siblings, and their mother were left in straitened circumstances.
When Brazil became an independent empire in 1822, Cochrane left Chile in order to develop a Brazilian fleet.
When in summer 1822 Yorkshire reformers wanted a county meeting to push for reform, Milton said of his father: " I do feel very great difficulty upon one which agitates him to a degree which cannot be conceived by those who have not been in the habit of conversing with him upon it.
When William Milne ( missionary ) ( 1785 – 1822, another missionary sent by the London Missionary Society ) arrived at Guangzhou in 1813 and worked with Morrison on translation of the Bible, he also came to know Liang Fa.
When the German poet August von Platen inspected the gravestone in 1822 he heard from the female sexton that Agnes and Albert had been switched as infants so that she was actually the duke's daughter and he the son of the barber-surgeon, but that the book which would have confirmed this exchange had been stolen by French soldiers.
When Odette formed on December 4, it became the first tropical storm since the beginning of the modern tropical cyclone record to form in the Caribbean Sea in the month of December ; a documented December Caribbean hurricane occurred in 1822.
When Scott was preparing for the visit of King George IV to Scotland in 1822 he was quick to draw on Murray's expertise for the management of events.
When Raffles returned to the island in October 1822, Raffles disapproved of the encroaching by mercantile interests of land he had set aside for public use.
When he returned more than two years later in October 1822, however, Raffles was dismayed by the way the colony had grown.
When Caesar A. Rodney resigned from the U. S. House of Representatives in 1822, Daniel Rodney was elected to replace him, serving in the U. S. House from October 1, 1822 to March 3, 1823.
When President Monroe acknowledged that it was time to consider the rights of the United States in this area in December 1822, Floyd reintroduced his bill, and argued for its passage.