Excavations at Pompeii reveal how the city was destroyed in just two days. Two more skeletons have been discovered at the Pompeii archaeological site, victims of an earthquake that coincided with the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79.
What investigators believe they found beneath the rubble of a house are the remains of two men, both 55 years old. both died “multiple strokes“After parts of the building collapsed, say experts, quoted by dpa. One of them hit a part of the wall of the collapsing room. The entire upper part of the room collapsed in on Crush and bury the other man. Both the skeletons were found lying in the same position, giving the impression that he had tried to save himself with his raised arm.
Italy’s culture minister, Gennaro Sangiuliano, said in a statement that the discovery of the skeletons shows “how much remains to be known about the horrific eruption of AD 79.” “Modern Excavation Techniques” they help us better understand the inferno that completely destroyed the citye Pompeii in two days and killed many of the inhabitants,” said Gabriel Zuchtrigel, the German director of the archaeological site.
“Intensive Archaeological Laboratory”
Archaeologists continue to make spectacular discoveries at the submerged Roman city at the foot of the Vesuvius volcano. In 79 AD, ash, mud and lava covered the ancient city after several eruptions, thus preserving it. In the 18th century, Pompeii was rediscovered, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy today.
is Pompeii”a huge archaeological laboratory What has regained strength in recent years, has amazed the world with constant discoveries brought to light and demonstrated Italian excellence in this field”, the minister added in the note.