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Antiquity, vol.96, no.390, pp.1599-1605, 2022 (AHCI)
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Neolithic, Neolithic art, Neolithic communal buildings, Turkey, Şanllurfa Neolithic Research Project
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Copyright © The Author(s), 2022. Published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of Antiquity Publications Ltd.A wall relief, comprising five figures carved on a bench in a communal building dating to the ninth millennium BC, was found in south-eastern Turkey in 2021. It constitutes the earliest known depiction of a narrative 'scene', and reflects the complex relationship between humans, the natural world and the animal life that surrounded them during the transition to a sedentary lifestyle.