Pompeii Pictures

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In the late 1800s, serious excavations began to take place to recover the buried city. Plaster was injected into empty spaces in the layers of ash. This resulted in casts showing people whose bodies had since disintigrated. Because of the heavy ash layer, the positions of their bodies and even their terrified facial expressions were perfectly preserved. These plaster casts are now on display in the National Museum in Naples.

Pompeii Pictures Bodies
Pompeii And Mount Vesuvius

Pompeii Plaster
Pompeii Vacation

Pompeii And Vesuvius
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anonymous says:    


I am very sad.That the children and young adults did not get to live their lives and make mistakes and grow old and parish.I hope the short time they lived was full of happiness.

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Rayna Mccray says:    


I was doing a science project and i picked to do this volcano

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