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Rook, c. 100 BCE. Roman fresco, Pompeii.

last-picture-show: ““In the intoxication of falling, man was prone to believe himself propelled upward.” Hermann Broch, The Death of Vergil Anonymous Grave Painting in the Ruins of Pompeii ”

Pompeii - Roman Baths

Ancient Rome ~ Roman baths were very important to the Romans. It wasn't just hygienic, but it was a social opportunity. The baths had complex heating and cooling systems.

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The story of the day Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD with an eyewitness account alongside archaeological evidence to piece together the destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Roman fresco from House of the Golden Bracelet, garden room mural, Pompeii, before 79 A.D.

Roman fresco from House of the Golden Bracelet, garden room mural, Pompeii, before 79 A.

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Herculaneum: The city with same fate of Pompeii (Part – 2) ~ Tourism and Landscapes

travel tourism & landscapes destination provides information about the destination and sites for the tourists and travelers from around the world.

Roman funerary urn from Pompeii. 19th-century chromolithograph of a funerary urn in blue glass, found at Pompeii. This urn is used to store the ashes of a dead body following its cremation. The Roman city of Pompeii, located in the Bay of Naples, Italy, was ruined and buried under thick layers of ash during an eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in 79 AD. The city was rediscovered and excavated in the 18th and 19th centuries, and today it is a tourist destination visited by millions every year.

Roman funerary urn from Pompeii. 19th-century chromolithograph of a funerary urn in blue glass, found at Pompeii. This urn is used to store the ashes of a dead body following its cremation. The Roman city of Pompeii, located in the Bay of Naples, Italy, was ruined and buried under thick layers of ash during an eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in 79 AD. The city was rediscovered and excavated in the 18th and 19th centuries, and today it is a tourist destination visited by millions every year.

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Pompeii, paper, wood and plaster scale model of Pompeii by the archaeologist Giuseppe Fiorelli between 1861 and 1879

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