79 AD Herculaneum gives clues about lives of the ancients. They practiced cremation & there are few skeletal remains extant, There is a relatively low number of people in the age group of 16 to 25. The region had been struck by a powerful earthquake in 63 AD, so there had been a drastic dip in the birth and survival rate prior to the eruption in 79 AD.
A Roman wall painting from Pompeii 1AD. Naples National Museum
The Kiosk at Naqa. Right next to the Lion Temple is an unidentified edifice known as the Kiosk, reflecting an amalgam of different cultures. Kushite, Egyptian, along with Roman, have all left a distinctive mark on its architecture.
Presto Tours Italy, Beautiful Sunset at the Colosseum in Rome, Italy
"Amateurs unearth 5,000 ancient artefacts in Lincolnshire [UK, in 2012]" --Actually around 52,000 have been found there since 1997. Five, in particular, are featured in the click-through: Silver coin of King Juba of Numidia, North Africa, struck 60-64BC; Prehistoric Axe; Roman Figurine of Mercury; Anglo-Saxon tweezers with inscription; and a Viking Brooch.