#Exhibit showcases ancient Roman items preserved by volcanic mud webfinet.com

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A new exhibit is showcasing incredibly rare wood and organic objects from the Italian town of Herculaneum, not far from Pompeii. The objects were buried when Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD. Mud from the volcano covered the town, preserving everyday items for thousands of years.

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