This activity is about the mural making process done about 9,000 years ago in Catalhoyuk, Turkey. Two groups will make a large banner mural about an historic event of their choice, then "age" it by covering up pieces of the mural with ripped paper. Then, the two groups swap murals. Their jobs now are to "restore" the murals by filling in the blanks, and trying to figure out what the mural means. The website is informative on the process of mural making 9,000 years ago, and the job of a present day conservator. Also given are how-tos for making your own painting tools.