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Body cast of victim of Pompeii eruption. The Roman city of Pompeii, located in the Bay of Naples, Italy, was ruined and buried under thick layers of ash during an eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in 79 AD. Many of those buried under the ash were killed by falling buildings or other causes, such as poisonous fumes.
Reconstructed living room ('triclinium'), based on evidence from Watling Court and Southwark Street, AD 100, Londinium, Roman London, Museum of London by carolemadge1, via Flickr
This small painting decorated the center of the west wall of the oecus (formal dining room) at the House of the Golden Bracelet in Pompeii.
A nail-pierced skull believed to belong to the legendary medieval pirate Klaus Störtebeker Later forensic analysis determined that the skull may well belong to a man beheaded around 1400, although not necessarily Stoertebeker. The museum tried to use DNA analysis of the skull to compare it with possible descendants, but they failed to find a definite match.