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[[File:Copying Poneglyph.png|thumb|The contents of a Poneglyph being copied.]]
 
[[File:Copying Poneglyph.png|thumb|The contents of a Poneglyph being copied.]]
 
 
Due to its ties with the Kozuki Family, the [[Mokomo Dukedom]] is somewhat knowledgeable about Poneglyphs despite being unable to read them, as they are aware of the existence of the Road Poneglyphs{{Qref|name=Road}} and [[Nekomamushi]] reveals that it is possible to print a Poneglyph's text onto paper in a similar manner to woodblock printing, simultaneously proving that it is possible to copy the text written on a Poneglyph and record it on a rubbing of a different material that lacks a Poneglyph's indestructibility.{{Qref|name=Transfer|chap=818|page=10|ep=770|Nekomamushi explains how people simply copy down the information on Poneglyphs instead of taking entire stones with them.}}
 
Due to its ties with the Kozuki Family, the [[Mokomo Dukedom]] is somewhat knowledgeable about Poneglyphs despite being unable to read them, as they are aware of the existence of the Road Poneglyphs{{Qref|name=Road}} and [[Nekomamushi]] reveals that it is possible to print a Poneglyph's text onto paper in a similar manner to woodblock printing, simultaneously proving that it is possible to copy the text written on a Poneglyph and record it on a rubbing of a different material that lacks a Poneglyph's indestructibility.{{Qref|name=Transfer|chap=818|page=10|ep=770|Nekomamushi explains how people simply copy down the information on Poneglyphs instead of taking entire stones with them.}}
   
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