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'Rumpy Pompeii': Sex lives of the wild & ancient erupt in new exhibit
If you visit the site Pompeii, you will notice that there is erotic art everywhere you look. A new exhibition titled 'Art and Sensuality in the Houses of Pompeii', aims to look at why the people of Pompeii were so fascinated with eroticism.
Pompeii's excavation uncovers 'duck and snails' fast food shop
New work to preserve the remains of the city of Pompeii has uncovered some interesting archaeological discoveries.
Could robots be better at restoring historical treasures than humans?
A team of researchers in Italy are exploiting an intelligent robotic system to process, match and physically reconstruct frescoes and other shattered artefacts from Pompeii.
Well-preserved 'slave room' unearthed in ancient Roman city of Pompeii
Archaeologists have unearthed what they think was a room for slaves in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii
Pompeii discovery ‘first evidence’ Greek was also used in Ancient Rome
Archaeologists say the discovery of a well-preserved skeleton in a Pompeii tomb is the first confirmation that Greek was used in Ancient Rome alongside Latin.
From the Colosseum to Pompeii: The reopening of Italy’s famous museums
“After the closures there is a desire for beauty, for culture, for a return to normal life.”
Archeologists discover intact ceremonial chariot in ruins near Pompeii
Archaeologists believe the cart was used for festivities and parades, and perhaps to carry brides to their new homes.
Archaeologists discover perfectly preserved snack bar in Pompeii ruins
Ongoing excavation works to the site of Pompeii remain one of the biggest archaeological projects ever seen. This latest discovery is an exciting development.
Mallard to go? Dig of Pompeii fast-food place reveals tastes
A fast-food eatery at Pompeii has been excavated, helping to reveal dishes that were popular for the citizens of the ancient Roman city who were partial to eating out.
Bodies of 'rich man' and his 'male slave' unearthed in Pompeii dig
The bones of the two Roman men have given clues as to their social status, with one body thought to be a slave due to the compressed discs in his spine.
Italy's archaeological site Pompeii reopens - but with restrictions
There were strict measures in place including temperature checks, one-way paths and spaced-out circles to keep people in queues apart.
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Pompeii to unveil new remains as it reopens after COVID-19 lockdown
The site of the Roman city of Pompeii - destroyed by the eruption of the volcano Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD (CE) - is returning from lockdown in expanded form.
Rising from the ashes: Restored Herculaneum house opens to public
Pompeii wasn't the only Roman city to be engulfed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Herculaneum was buried even deeper than its neighbour so its secrets are just beginning to be revealed.
Trove of jewels, beads and good luck charms found at Pompeii
Archaeologists say the finds at the House of the Garden in Regio V of Pompeii
Fast food's 2,000-year-old ancestor unearthed in Pompeii
The frescoed counter served drinks and snacks including coarse bread with salty fish and lentils.
Pompeii petrified horse found frozen and ready for action
In AD79 the ancient city of Pompeii was destroyed by an eruption that killed more than 2,000 people. The city’s ruins have become one of the most visited archaeological sites in the world.
Archaeologists uncover 5 'undisturbed' skeletons at Pompeii
The skeletons were found just over a week after charcoal inscriptions that rewrote Pompeii's history as we know it were discovered
Discovery in Pompeii rewrites history of eruption
An archaeological discovery in Pompeii means eruption of Vesuvius may have been later than originally believed
Archaeologists make dramatic discovery in Pompeii
Archaeologists in Italy have discovered the skeleton of a man crushed by a rock while trying to flee the Vesuvius eruption