New things we’re learning about Pompeii and its people

Technology allows us to take a glimpse at how Pompeians lived — and died.

Completely lost for 1,500 years, the city of Pompeii remained frozen in time, buried in mountains of volcanic ash. But since its discovery in 1748, Pompeii has become the most famous archaeological site in the world. Now, 21st century technology seen in Pompeii's People is allowing us to get a glimpse of real Roman life 2,000 years ago.

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