Crystals, amber, amethyst, phallic amulets, glass beads, figurines, and a miniature human skull were among the many artifacts archaeologists uncovered from an excavation site at Pompeii recently. The objects were probably left behind by someone fleeing the famous volcanic eruption in 79 AD—possibly even a sorceress. The various objects will be displayed at the Palastra Grande in Pompeii later this year.
Archaeologists working at the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, Italy, uncovered the remains of a 30-year-old man who appears to have survived the initial eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D., only to be killed when he was struck by a large slab of stone https://t.co/CgQFTssa6xpic.twitter.com/C4JEvAERMn
Or else it’ll just serve as a reminder that, no matter what your day is like, at least you’re not this guy. This guy gets the spend the rest of human civilization being something that you’re trying real hard not to snicker over. I mean, that’s a dead dude, after all. It’s not nice to laugh. But it looks like something that they’d put in a video game to reward the folks that explore the whole map.