When Was the First Recorded Volcano Erupted?

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The first recorded volcanic eruption is widely thought to have been the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. However, the first actual recording may have been recorded in a painting on the wall of a house in an ancient village in Turkey.
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Most say that the first volcano erupted long before the first human even existed on Earth. The other planets in the solar system have erupting volcanoes as well.
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