Ancient “fast food” counter was Discovered in Pompeii And its untold Story

Image: Pompei / Reuters Press Office

 The “ancient fast food” counter was finally Found. Archaeologists at Pompeii, a city hidden in the volcanic eruption of AD 79, have created. A stunning find is a mural shop that delivers old street food on a par with all the Romans passing by. Referred to as thermopolium, Latin for hot drink counter, the shop was found on the Regio V website when you look at this park of an archaeological course which may not be open to the public.

Nearly 2,000-year-old food was found in several deep terra cotta jars, which contain hot food that shop owners put into a table with a circular hole. The front of the table is decorated with bright frescoes. Some depict creatures in selection, such as a chicken and two ducks holding them upside down. Pompeii, 23 kilometers southeast of Naples, Italy, is home to some 13,000 men and women buried under ashes, pumice gravel and dust.  The ruins weren’t discovered until the 16th century excavations are set to begin around 1750. A life-sustaining portrait, Pompeii is considered Italy’s best attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Bad Day Of Pompeii

A young woman with her friends playing on the paved road outside this mansion is certainly elegant.  Tourists pass by, go to this famous city, frankly there to see bustling bars and elaborate baths, busy cafes and stalls of famous craftsmen. Hundreds of other people mingled in the market square or looked at the giant arena, and meanwhile many slaves associated with cleaning the city floors, operating in production facilities, or therapeutic masseuses in the neighborhood’s “wolf den”. Then at once this pause must have sounded deafening, followed by a large lump of ash blackening the sky. The night people when you look at the streets see the daytime changing. People immediately scream when you see the darkness as the buildings crumble around them. Smoke and dangerously hot rock enveloped them. 

The Roman city of Pompeii is finally being engulfed, when an estimated 12-20,000 people are stuck in their tracks, consumed by the desires of nature that are taking place on your day. The way we know the scene is close to that because a few years later, archaeologists managed to collectively restore the fragments. But they found, let’s take a closer look at Pompeii in ancient times before we reach anything. The city, located in the Province of Naples, Italy, has been the residence of people from present-day Italy dating back to the 8th century BC today. We’ll get this to part quickly and just let you know that the ancient Greeks came the truth, tell me there, and in the 6th century this is sure to be a location with a thriving trade. 

The city wall chambers were built and temples built, and over several hundred years Pompeii enriched himself through agriculture and trade. Rich people would gather there after reading the truth regarding this beautiful city marked by magnificent private buildings, theaters, baths, and magnificent statues that pay homage to the Gods. Shortly before the eruption which hit the city with a total of 79 advertisements, it had been distinguished as a place where wealthy Roman men could enjoy fine wine in addition to the many women who worked in brothels. Being directly on the sea will attract wealthy tourists so you can say Pompeii will be a resort town. But facing the city ended up being what made him self-conscious at the event for the Pompeii people, and it was Mount, the great Vesuvius. We declare awakened, because it will rumble from time to time, mentioned by some writers who could be romances. The Romans truly believed that this mountain was ultimately god, giving it a mythological meaning later found in mural paintings called frescos.

 What the Romans realized was not that Pompeii himself held out for the lava plains this volcanic eruption had developed. People need to be worried, and also they have the forces of the objects that in the future when about 17 years earlier many of them will perish they did earthquakes that caused great damage in Pompeii and its surroundings. In the following years many reconstructions of the buildings were damaged while other buildings were erected. Everything consistently returns to normal. Let today have a bad day-in-life. We know some things how it got down just because the author of this is of course a Pliny the Younger published romance about disaster. His uncle, Pliny the Elder, actually died while trying to evacuate the people from the city.

 It is estimated that the eruption occurred around November or October. Pliny said that on the day of this great torrent must be seen rising from the mountain. He actually described it this way, “The basic look is best expressed as an umbrella pine tree, as these roses are as high as a kind of trunk area and then split into branches.” His uncle was not in the city so far, but not far away. He notices that what he sees is a great encounter, so he labels them their people and sets off just to help. Uncle must have arrived at the beach next to town. This is where he appears to be choking to death, related to their nephew. Pliny typed into Roman You who is a great historian when it comes to eruptions. This is what he remembers today which was the second disaster and exactly what happened to him and his mother. 

Pliny published that she heard women screaming, babies crying, individuals experiencing their abilities through the darkness, searching for lost loved ones, praying. Obviously, there is darkness that is sure to endure, the people of Pompeii, but they will face some kind of resurrection. It is believed that first of all people, indeed, many, will die from inhaling ashes. No doubt many will. die like that, but most of it is destroyed not because of ash, but because of heat. The problem is, when Vesuvius erupts, it releases what is called a pyroclastic surge. These spikes occur six times in total. What The result of these surges is very hot ash. with the poisonous fumes being spewed out, and the vacation at a breakneck speed. Vesuvius could be 10 miles (6 km) through the city, but the waves might have been traveling at 100mph (160kph). People really had nowhere to go. Researchers are now saying inside or outside, when this spike occurred, the temperature was already around 570 ° F (300 ° C) and people must have been killed. in place. We also know that several private men and women died as if frozen in suspended action.

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