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Is this the world's oldest warning sign?

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In a play on the old adage 'if walls could talk', a mural has been discovered that could be the world's earliest warning sign.

The 9,000-year-old painting, found on a wall buried in the ancient Turkish settlement of Catalhoyuk, shows a village in front of an erupting volcano.

http://www.dailymail...rby-danger.html

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I wonder if there is a older village buried somewhere near mount Hassan, like the good old Pompeii. The survivors may have moved and build a new village a bit far away (cathal Huyut).

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