Forgotten Stone Slab May Actually Be The Oldest Known Map in Europe

Found in an ancient burial mound and later hidden away in a castle for a century, the Saint-Bélec slab could be the oldest European map found so far. After being re-examined in 2014, one of the markings corresponded to the topography of the area surrounding the burial mound it was found in, with the other markings possibly denoting other Bronze Age settlements. If true, it may be a symbol of the emerging hierarchical societies of the early Bronze Age.
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