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A very quick one tonight – it’s past my bedtime. We started in Region 2 today, ending up in the House of Venus on the Half-Shell, or Venere in Bikini. Lots of nice, square dining rooms in there. We left … Continue reading
If you visit well preserved ancient Roman sites such as Pompeii, Herculaneum or Stabiae (to name a few) you will quickly notice one particular element shared in common by nearly every house and business space. It is even found on … Continue reading
Lyn and I discovered that the new “virtual museum” in Ercolano actually IS open for business and well worth the 7 Euro admission price. There are several, very well done, interactive exhibits throughout the museum, all relating to the archaeological finds in the Vesuvian area.