The Gung Slabs were a series of monoliths found on Naboo. They were essential to the translation of the Gungan language of Old Gungan, as one side of the slabs was engraved with Old Gungan and the reverse inscribed with Olys Corellisi.

These relics, coupled with the work of philologist Burro Flats of the Baobab Archives, helped the galaxy to better understand the culture and language of the Gungan people.

Behind the scenesEdit

The Gung Slabs' story and importance show considerable resemblance to the Rosetta Stone.