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What does archaeological evidence reveal about how people in Pompeii and Herculaneum lived?
The Romans would have had a word for it: Fortuna. It was surely thanks to the intervention of the goddess Fortuna that the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum ever again were to be seen in the light of day. For archaeologists, it is certainly heaven-sent fortune that these two holiday resort cities were discovered; their ruins revealing much of the daily lives of the towns' citizens.
"Hail Profit!" This piece of graffito at the House of Vedius Siricus (Pompeii) captures the essence of daily life in Pompeii (and to lesser extant Herculaneum). While findings of fishnets, sinkers, and bronze f…
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