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Three Line Tales 10 – Wall

Week 185
photo by Leon Bublitz via Unsplash

The slab of stone has been touted as the greatest archaeological find of his generation.

Sure, Fru finds the markings on it especially fascinating, showing what could well be the oldest writing system known to date. Some over-thinkers and creative minds have even suggested the possibility of a secret message–a prophecy, a warning–hidden behind the squiggles and shapes of black, white and green, framed by a broken layer of ancient glass, too thick and too solid to be of any use today.

Half the world is already neck-deep in unraveling the mysteries of this latest historical enigma. And Fru’s just here wondering why their ancestors, who lived in a supposedly advanced society some 100,00 years ago, were still writing on walls.

*Inspired by the photo prompt above for Week 185 of the Three Line Tales Challenge @ Only 100 Words.

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