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Puppy prints and finger drawings discovered on the floor of 5th-century house in Turkey (www.livescience.com)

Archaeologists have discovered a fantastical-looking, 1,500-year-old house in Turkey that was decorated with illusory wall paintings and terracotta tiles on the floor with puppy prints and possible chicken decorations pressed into them.

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