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Herculaneum

Trapped, instantly killed by boiling mud. Terrazza di M. Nonio Balbo. Advertising sign advising prices of various wines. Casa del Rilievo di Telefo. Amphora stack. Panorama of wall mosaic. House water collection influvium on the floor of the atrium draining to inside well. Courtyard well still showing signs of draw rope groves. Casa di Aristide, direct access to the sea view. Trapped, instantly killed by boiling mud. Window bars still mud covered. Dead and alive, lizard amongst the skeletons. Public water fountain. Trapped, instantly killed by boiling mud. Boatyards, once faced on to the beach. Trapped, instantly killed by boiling mud. Public water fountain. House water collection confluvium. Casa dei Cervi, front yard overlooked the ancient beach. House wall fresco. Wall fresco. Terrazza di M. Nonio Balbo. Garum, for fermenting fish. Panorama of well-preserved wall mosaic. Wooden bed, charred. Charred remains of wooden shutters and beam. Charred remains of wooden door blasted open by sudden mud flow. Columns along the neatly laid out streets. Trapped, instantly killed by boiling mud. Trapped, instantly killed by boiling mud. Old and new; old Casa d'Argo columns re-erected backdropped by the current city. Trapped, seeking safe haven in the boat shelters facing the sea. Trapped, instantly killed by boiling mud. Head up. Herculaneum pigeon.