. In Case You Missed It – A New Archaeological Initiative Scouring Pompeii’s Suburbs Has Turned Up a Fascinating New Cache of Ancient Cookware « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NET NEWS – These items of pottery include fired ceramic bowls found upside down along the walls of a room that was likely part of the servants’s quarters within a vast residential complex. It is assumed that this crockery was in situ at the time of the final phase of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 C.E. Two years ago, the site made headlines for the stunning discovery of a ceremonial chariot decorated with silver reliefs, a stable containing the remains of a horse still dressed in a caparison as well as evidence of what may have been a small slave family in an adjoining room.

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