Saturday, February 18, 2017

After being entombed in ash for more than 1,900 years, the victims of the devastating eruption in Pompeii are being brought to life using modern-day imaging technology

 "Restorers are working on 86 preserved plaster casts of Romans who died when Mt Vesuvius erupted in 79AD
Each of the victims have been entombed in ash and now plaster for more than 1,900 years
Experts have spent the summer scanning these bodies using CT scanners at the Pompeii Archaeological Site
They have now released"