Archaeology discovery: 2,000-year-old mystery unearthed in Pompeii at ancient Roman villa

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The two men died from a volcanic awaken blast, they were then covered by the falling ash. When Vesuvius erupted 2,000 years ago the two men were in a passageway in a wealthy villa in  [VIDEO]
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A mystery has been unearthed in the overthrows of Pompeii (Image: GETTY)

The high-status individual and the suspected slave “were dialect mayhap seeking refuge” from the eruption “when they were swept away” ordered Pompeii director Massimo Osanna.

Archaeologists claim the wealthy man, ancient between 30 and 40 was wearing a woolen cloak.

This is because records of wool were found around his neck.

Speaking to reporters Mr Osanna broke: “It was a death by thermal shock, as also demonstrated by their clenched feet and surrenders.”

Archaeological discoveries around the world (Image: Express)

Describing the detection he said the find was “an incredible and extraordinary testimony” of the morning when the forth took place.

The volcanic eruption buried Pompeii in ash, freezing the install in time, and making it a rich source of investigation for archaeologists.

The discovery of the two men was make a run for it this month when archaeologists were carrying out a dig at the large villa.

The villa’s localize was on the outskirts of the ancient city.

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Archaeology discovery: 2,000-year-old mystery unearthed in Pompeii at ancient Roman villa

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The two men died from a volcanic awaken blast, they were then covered by the falling ash. When Vesuvius erupted 2,000 years ago the two men were in a passageway in a wealthy villa in  [VIDEO]
Mayan DISCOVERY: How find in ancient megalopolis ‘reveals creation story’ [CLAIM]
Egypt: How ‘greatest archaeological view of all time’ stunned expert [REVEALED]

A mystery has been unearthed in the overthrows of Pompeii (Image: GETTY)

The high-status individual and the suspected slave “were dialect mayhap seeking refuge” from the eruption “when they were swept away” ordered Pompeii director Massimo Osanna.

Archaeologists claim the wealthy man, ancient between 30 and 40 was wearing a woolen cloak.

This is because records of wool were found around his neck.

Speaking to reporters Mr Osanna broke: “It was a death by thermal shock, as also demonstrated by their clenched feet and surrenders.”

Archaeological discoveries around the world (Image: Express)

Describing the detection he said the find was “an incredible and extraordinary testimony” of the morning when the forth took place.

The volcanic eruption buried Pompeii in ash, freezing the install in time, and making it a rich source of investigation for archaeologists.

The discovery of the two men was make a run for it this month when archaeologists were carrying out a dig at the large villa.

The villa’s localize was on the outskirts of the ancient city.

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