Pompeii is one of the most famous Roman cities because of its remarkable preservation beneath volcanic ash.


Temple of Jupiter with Vesuvius in the distance.

The Temple of Apollo (Professor Fuller leaning against the altar).

Copy of the bronze statue of Apollo in the pose of an archer was one of the first large-scale bronzes to be excavated at Pompeii, Italy.

Street with stepping stones at Pompeii.

Graffiti painted on a wall at Pompeii.

Dstretched image of the graffiti painted on a wall in Pompeii.

Installation of a food vender at Pompeii.

Installation of a food vender at Pompeii.

Bakery at Pompeii.

Basalt mill in the bakery at Pompeii.

Bread oven in the bakery at Pompeii.

Kneeling Atlas and stone seating in the theater at Pompeii.

Wall painting of double bellows at Pompeii.

Closeup of the bellows in a wall painting at Pompeii.

Wall painting at Pompeii.

Wall painting at Pompeii.

Wall paintings being conserved at Pompeii.

Wall painting at Pompeii.

Prof. Michael Fuller at the entrance to the villa of Mysteries at Pompeii in 1987.

Professors Michael Fuller and Neathery Fuller inside the Villa of Mysteries at Pompeii.

Wall paintings inside the villa of Mysteries at Pompeii.

Dancing satyr in the villa of Mysteries at Pompeii.
Photograph taken during March 2002 and digitized 2015

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