Pompeii, rome was a city that had an extremely interesting and sublime history, this city had gone through a disaster that enabled many archeologists to find many artifacts that were held inside of this city of ash. In 79 AD Mount Vesuvius erupted, encasing the town in a sheet of not lava, but pure volcanic ash that caused for the city to have been completely buried and hidden from the world, Pompeii was no to be rediscovered for many years to come. "The ruined city remained frozen in time until it was discovered by a surveying engineer in 1748." (Owens). The eruption of Mount Vesuvius had caused for the city of Pompeii to remain in a "Time Capsul-like" state, making it a preserved ground for exploration.
When Mount Vesuvius erupted, it is said that the hot, smoldering ash flowed onto Pompeii as if it was a flood of water, the estimated amount of peole to have died were over two thousand. In 1748, a group of explorers saw the potent time stopping endowment that the ash had shown. While digging the ash and exploring, the group found that the entire city of pompeii was exactly as it had been from the abounding years ago. In future years, there was a scientist named Giuseppe Mastrolorenzo who studied volcanoes. Mastrolorenzo and his co-workers went to Pompeii and evaluated the layers of volcanic ash in the town, then concluded that most people died from the first surge. Although the first surge of ash and smoke that travelled into the town was slow moving, it was enough to finish them off. The team was able to estimate how high the temperatures of the ash were, due to the fact that it had melted some metals like lead and tin.
It is reported for Pompeii to have many important types of structures, some being houses, temples, and bakeries. Houses in pompeii from made from many stones that they had gathered and refined. Many of the houses in Pompeii were actually built very close to one another. They ancient people of Pompeii seemed to have made their floors out of stone, and windows of wood. The houses of Pompeii were very basic and simplistic, they didnt seem to stand out in many ways or forms.
Religion was a large factor for people living in Pompeii, they followed the religion of Mythology. There were three temples that were located in Pompeii, in which they resembled different gods. The temples in Pompeii were of Apollo, Isis, and Jupiter. Facing towards the...