Stone slab found in France thought to be Europe’s oldest 3D map

Stone slab found in France thought to be Europe’s oldest 3D map

The Guardian

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Archaeologists believe 4,000-year-old engravings on Saint-Bélec Slab resemble topological features

Archaeologists in France have uncovered a stone with 4,000-year-old etchings they believe may be the oldest three-dimensional map in Europe.

The engravings on the broken stone appear to resemble topographical features including hills and a river network.

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