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  1. Charred scrolls of papyrus have been preserved in the library in the so-called The Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum, a city that was one of the few Roman cities that were destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 CE.

  2. According to the researchers, the sounds are probably due to the fact that the sandstone gradually expands in the warmth of the morning air. The surviving graffiti is both simple texts and complete poems. They were made by Roman officials and soldiers. In total, 107 inscriptions have been preserved, of which 11 were written by women.

  3. In historical sources, Alpinus is portrayed as an efficient administrator who restored order in Britain after the suppression of Boudica’s rebellion.

  4. According to the Pompeian authorities, Civita Giuliana has been placed under special surveillance, and therefore illegal excavations and theft of artifacts have been prevented.

  5. The Greek inscription says that Claudius was a doctor who was able to heal quickly. Myrtale is portrayed as an elderly woman, suggesting that she died after Caludius.

  6. The goddess was seen as both a mother goddess; guardian of science, wisdom and craftsmanship, as well as the performer of all bad requests to other people.

  7. The objects were discovered by accident after a heavy downpour, which flushed the earth covering the objects. Both limestone busts weigh about 30 kg and were probably part of the grave where the deceased were buried. The silhouettes show us a woman and a man with a beard.

  8. Felix Romuliana was the residence of the Emperor Galerius (293-311 CE) and a fortified complex of palaces, temples, basilicas and other public buildings. The complex was named after the mother of the emperor. The complex is surrounded by defensive walls, which includes 20 towers. The complex covered an area of approximately 6.5 hectares and has still not been fully explored.

  9. There were no Poles in “Poland” at that time. Pretty misleading.

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