by Heimbach, Elizabeth
A lavishly illustrated account of both private and public life in the doomed cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. After an introductory chapter on the destruction caused by Vesuvius and the archaeological excavations, there are accounts of growing up in Pompeii, eating and drinking, entertainment, making a living, the political structure and slavery. The book also features a range of suggested student projects dealing with Pompeii.
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