Detecting The Remain Core Core Clarification Of Ancient Pompeii Culture

Archaeologists have discovered a set of remains preserved in good condition at Pompeii (Italy), helping to clarify cultural activities and funeral rites in the ancient city which was canceled Removal into the Roman imperial period.0: 00/2: 29 southern countries are found in a grave in the cemetery Porta Sarno. Photo: Pompani in Pompeii On August 17, said archaeologists found the remains of a man who was said to be about 60 years old in the grave existed in the last decades before Pompeii City Devastated by Vesuvius volcano erupted in 79th after the Pompyi Archaeological Park, this is one of the best protected remains ever found at this place and shows signs Mummy with hair and ears still exist on the skull. Archaeologists also found debris as well as fabric fibers in the grave area and are studying whether this man's body is marinated before buried before burial or not

. Some certain fabrics are used to embalm. Also, archaeologists also found 2 cremants in the grave area. At that time, adults often get cremated in this city, so the way to bury this person is considered very unusual
The engraved content on tombs shows that the person is buried named Marcus Venerius Secundio and Referring to Greek performances at the theater in Pompeii. This is the first time the archaeologists find evidence that the plays were performed here in Greek and Latin. Pompeii Archaeological Park Director, Gabriel Zuchtriegel said Greek performances are organized as evidence of vivid and open culture, creating a characteristic of the ancient Pompeii city. Other archives of the city, Marcus Venerius is the name of a slave and the viewer of Venus temple. However, then Marcus Venerius was released and his grand's grave proved that this person has achieved a certain economic and social position before his death. The above burial area is outside the boundary The city and does not allow visitors to visit. Officials in Pompeii are looking for ways to open this area to the public. # 23 km southeast of Naples city, Pompeii city was a place to live about 13,000 people before Vesuvius volcanus erupted , buried the whole city under the ash, dust and rock. This ruin was forgotten for 1,700 years until he was unexpectedly discovered in 1748. Since then, the excavation of Pompeii has provided an extensive look about the life of a very prosperous city Roman country
Today, the world heritage is recognized by the United Nations Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO) is one of the most crowded attractions in Italy.Nguyen Hang (VNA)

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