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IN THE STREET OF TOMBS. On the tomb of Nævoleia Tyche was a carving of a ship gliding into port, the sailors furling the sails. ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... 2008/03/17 BURIED CITIES, Part 1, Pompeii Page 37 of 78 containing the ashes of Tyche and her husband, and of the slaves they had freed. Pompeians always burned the bodies of the dead. ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... 2008/03/17 BURIED CITIES, Part 1, Pompeii Page 38 of 78 THE AMPHITHEATER. Like other Roman towns, Pompeii had an amphitheater.

ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... 2008/03/17 BURIED CITIES, Part 1, Pompeii Page 59 of 78 SECTION OF A MILL. If one of the mills that were found in the bakery were sawed in two, it would look like this. You can see where the baker's man poured in the wheat, and where the flour dropped down, and the heavy timbers fastened to the upper millstone to turn it by. ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... Page 60 of 78 2008/03/17 BURIED CITIES, Part 1, Pompeii Page 61 of 78 PORTRAIT OF LUCIUS CÆCILIUS JUCUNDUS.

THE HOUSE OF THE TRAGIC POET (restored). From the ruins and from ancient books, men know almost all the rooms of a Pompeian house. So they have pictured this one as it was before the disaster, with its many beautiful wall paintings, its mosaic floors, its tiled roofs. If you can imagine these two halves fitted together, and yourself inside, you can visit one of the most attractive houses in Pompeii. Do you see how the tiled roof slants downward from four sides to a rectangular opening in the highest part of the house?

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