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See inside the incredibly ornate residence where a banker from Pompeii lived 2,000 years ago

Thousands of years ago, Mount Vesuvius erupted, destroying and burying the city of Pompeii in ash and stone.  Researchers from Lund University have used a new branch of advanced digital archaeology to create a 3D model of what a house in the ruined city might have looked like.  In this reconstruction, the team recreated the house of a wealthy banker called Caecilius Iucundus.
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