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Submerged city of Pompeii in Vesuvius: Archaeologists find ancient successful chariots with erotic motives - Knowledge

Submerged city of Pompeii in Vesuvius: Archaeologists find ancient successful chariots with erotic motives – Knowledge

In the submerged city of Pompeii in southern Italy, archaeologists have discovered a uniquely successful toad dating back to ancient times. The Archaeological Park announced Saturday that the four-wheeled iron vehicle is practically intact. The discovery was made by experts at Villa Civita Giuliana, north of the ancient city. On the side it is adorned with ornaments made of tin and bronze, which show men and women in erotic scenes.

According to researchers, the discovery is unique in Italy. According to early discoveries, this car was used by the Roman elite for festive occasions. So there was room for one or two people in it. The site in the villa’s grounds had already caused a stir in 2018 as the remains of three horses were found there.

It is said that not only the archaeologists but also the robbers dug up the value of this place in the mines up to the excavation site. It also caused damage. The case is being investigated by the Attorney General’s Office.

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