Ancient Baby Found from Pompeii Eruption Two Thousand Years Ago

Archaeologists uncovered the preserved remains of a young child who was sitting on his mother’s lap when Mount Vesuvius erupted in November of 79 A.D., killing residents of the city of Pompeii with deadly gas, followed by a shower of volcanic ash that covered the city in its entirety.

“This is MY baby!  All MINE!  And I love it.”


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