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Dig uncovers remains of rich man and slave killed by Vesuvius eruption

Dig uncovers remains of rich man and slave killed by Vesuvius eruption

The remains of two men killed in the volcanic eruption which annihilated the city of Pompeii in ancient Rome nearly 2,000 years ago were discovered by archaeologists. The Culture Ministry of Italy reported that the find was made in a dig carried out during the coronavirus pandemic. One of the victims is believed to be a man of high status, and still had traces of a woolen cloak under his neck.

Tom A
Tom A
ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 weeks

Almost looks like.one man was placed there, as he is lying very straight. And the other looks like he was tending to the man and fell backwards as he died, as his body is un an unnatural state, like he collapsed there

Matteo
Matteo 1 weeks

Yesterday on TV they said one third of pompeii is still underground waiting to be uncovered. Who knows how many wonders are still down there

Seekster
Seekster 1 weeks

Nature cares not for social status.

J
J 1 weeks

I'm sure BLM will blame it on...

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 weeks

Nothing like having your micropěnis preserved for centuries.

MyVoice
MyVoice 1 weeks

How do you know it’s a slave

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 weeks

Micropėnis preserved for centuries. 👌

Aaron
Aaron 1 weeks

Teardown those statues!

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