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Skeleton of Roman soldier from under Vesuvius

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The skeleton of a Roman soldier from Mount Vesuvius
Skeleton of Roman soldier from under Vesuvius

The skeleton of a Roman soldier who died as a result of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 CE.

There is still a sword on the right side of the body. The man probably died because of hot gases.

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