Italy: incredible discoveries in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii

The ancient Roman city of Pompeii  brutally destroyed by Vesuvius never stops revealing its secrets. 


In a mysterious area recently excavated, archaeologists have made incredible discoveries. 


They carefully cast the two bones in plaster to restore them to their human form two thousand years ago. Frozen in the ashes, his hands are as intact as his teeth.

That would be a noteworthy thing, wrapped in a wool cloak and his slave, his coat can recognize him. 


Massimo Ossana, director of the Pompeii Archaeological Site, said: “This is an incredibly extraordinary testimony on the morning of October 25, the day of the eruption.”

“These two victims must have been here. They sought refuge underground because they were swept away by a blazing black cloud at 9 AM, which completely destroyed the city and killed many people.”

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