Travel: Pompeii: New vestiges reveal the life of the poorest 2,000 years ago

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Objects discovered allow you to know more about the life of the poorest classes in Pompeii 2,000 years ago

Les archéologues ont découvert à Pompéi de la vaisselle intacte, une table, une armoire, etc. © /AP /SIPA Archaeologists discovered intact dishes in Pompeii, a table, a wardrobe, etc. Archeology - Objects discovered make it possible to know more about the life of the poorest classes in Pompeii 2,000 years ago

Pompeii still conceals multiple treasures. Intact dishes, three -foot table, cabinet: of archaeologists discovered many everyday objects, reports the Guardian on Saturday August 6 in an article relayed by the Huffpost . All were in a perfect state of conservation since the eruption of the Vesuvius which occurred in 79 AD.

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In the wardrobe, buried for 2,000 years, was period dishes. "We find glass objects like these bottles but also in ceramic like these vases that we gradually discover," says Gabriel Zuchtriegelle, site director, at the Guardian. "Precious details on the domestic environment of ordinary citizens of the city," said the specialist.

#Pompeii : This incredible moment when archaeologists have got their hands on furniture and dishes in the house of a middle -class family. These discoveries were revealed yesterday! We still learn about life before the eruption of Vesuvius ... pic.twitter.com/c1e3jhu1pw

- Sabrina Bennoui (@sabrinabennoui) August 7, 2022

a "vulnerable" class

The excavations have long concentrated On the sumptuous villas decorated with frescoes of the inhabitants of the upper class of Pompeii. But the city also had servants and slaves and, for a few years, researchers have also been interested in it. These precious objects therefore deliver details on the domestic environment of ordinary citizens of the city.

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"In the Roman Empire , there was a large part of the population which struggled with its social status", and formed a "vulnerable class during political crises and shortages of food, but also very ambitious to the Idea to climb the social scale, ”explains Gabriel Zuchtriegelle.

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