In the statement made by the Italian Ministry of Culture, it was informed that the remains of three people who died in the big explosion in Vesuvius in 79 AD were found during the ongoing excavations in Pompeii, and these are the latest archaeological finds unearthed in the ancient city.
It was announced that the skeletal remains in question belonged to two women and a 3-4 year old child who took shelter in an oven during the event in the ancient city of Pompeii, which was under layers of lava, ash and soil after the big bang.
It was reported that archaeologists also found two frescoed walls containing mythological scenes in Pompeii during their excavations.
Minister of Culture Gennaro Sangiuliano and Director of the Ancient City of Pompeii, Gabriel Zuchtriegel, appreciated the excavation team for their work in the statement they made regarding the identification of the latest finds.
“The continuation of finding these remains gives us a sense of how much remains to be uncovered at Pompeii,” said Minister Sangiuliano. said.
The ancient city of Pompeii, near Naples, is one of the places that thousands of tourists visit in Italy every year.