Archaeologists unearth new Pompeii victims from 2,000 years ago

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Pompeii (Pixabay copyright-free image0
Pompeii (Pixabay copyright-free image0

(WHO KNEW NEWS) – Pompeii, the ancient city frozen in time by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, continues to reveal its hidden tales nearly 2000 years later.

Recently, archaeologists made a grim but fascinating discovery of two human skeletons crushed beneath the ruins of a collapsed building, adding a new perspective to the understanding of this historic catastrophe.

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The two unfortunate victims are believed to have been trapped during an earthquake that heralded the volcanic eruption. Their discovery within a building, quaintly known as the “Insula of the Chaste Lovers,” underscores how much remains to be unearthed about this monumental disaster.

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