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Subscribe Top Menu. COM Jan. It had long been thought that the eruption was an August event based on one version of the letter but another version  gives a date of the eruption as late as 23 November.
A later date is consistent with a charcoal inscription at the site, discovered in , which includes the date of 17 October and which must have been recently written.
Nuts from chestnut trees were found at Oplontis which would not have been mature before mid-September. Coins found in the purse of a woman buried in the ash include one with a 15th imperatorial acclamation among the emperor 's titles.
These coins could not have been minted before the second week of September. Titus appointed two ex-consuls to organise a relief effort, while donating large amounts of money from the imperial treasury to aid the victims of the volcano.
Soon after the burial of the city, survivors and possibly thieves came to salvage valuables, including the marble statues from the forum and other precious materials from buildings.
There is wide evidence of post-eruption disturbance, including holes made through walls. The city was not completely buried, and tops of larger buildings would have been above the ash making it obvious where to dig or salvage building material.
Over the following centuries, its name and location were forgotten, though it still appeared on the Tabula Peutingeriana of the 4th century.
Further eruptions particularly in — and covered the remains more deeply. The area became known as the La Civita the city due to the features in the ground.
The next known date that any part was unearthed was in , when architect Domenico Fontana while digging an underground aqueduct to the mills of Torre Annunziata ran into ancient walls covered with paintings and inscriptions.
His aqueduct passed through and under a large part of the city  and would have had to pass though many buildings and foundations, as still can be seen in many places today, but he kept quiet and nothing more came of the discovery.
In , Francesco Picchetti saw a wall inscription mentioning decurio Pompeiis "town councillor of Pompeii" , but he associated it with a villa of Pompey.
Franceso Bianchini pointed out the true meaning and he was supported by Giuseppe Macrini, who in excavated some walls and wrote that Pompeii lay beneath La Civita.
Herculaneum itself was rediscovered in by workmen digging for the foundations of a summer palace for the King of Naples , Charles of Bourbon.
Karl Weber directed the first scientific excavations. There was much progress in exploration when the French occupied Naples in and ruled over Italy from to The land on which Pompeii lies was expropriated and up to workers were used in the excavations.
The excavated areas in the north and south were connected. Parts of the Via dell'Abbondanza were also exposed in west—east direction and for the first time an impression of the size and appearance of the ancient town could be appreciated.
In the following years, the excavators struggled with lack of money and excavations progressed slowly, but with significant finds such as the houses of the Faun , of Menandro , of the Tragic Poet and of the Surgeon.
Giuseppe Fiorelli took charge of the excavations in and made greater progress. It was Fiorelli who realised these were spaces left by the decomposed bodies and so devised the technique of injecting plaster into them to recreate the forms of Vesuvius's victims.
This technique is still in use today, with a clear resin now used instead of plaster because it is more durable, and does not destroy the bones, allowing further analysis.
Fiorelli also introduced scientific documentation. He divided the city into the present nine areas regiones and blocks insulae and numbered the entrances of the individual houses domus , so that each is identified by these three numbers.
Fiorelli also published the first periodical with excavation reports. Under Fiorelli's successors the entire west of the city was exposed.
Excavations conducted by Gennaro Matrone at Torre Annunziata between July and February uncovered a portion of Pompeii which had been situated on the seashore.
Discoveries included a row of shops, a large amount of jewelry, vases, statuettes, coins of gold, silver, and bronze, and more than 70 skeletons.
Antonio Sogliano was Director of Archeological Works at Pompeii from until He oversaw the restoration of the House of the Vettii during that time.
In the s, Amedeo Maiuri excavated for the first time in older layers than that of 79 AD in order to learn about the settlement history. Maiuri made the last excavations on a grand scale in the s, and the area south of the Via dell'Abbondanza and the city wall was almost completely uncovered, but they were poorly documented scientifically.
Preservation was haphazard and presents today's archaeologists with great difficulty. Questionable reconstruction was done in the s and s after the severe earthquake of , which caused great destruction.
Since then, except for targeted soundings and excavations, work was confined to the excavated areas. Further excavations on a large scale are not planned and today archaeologists are engaged in reconstructing, documenting and slowing the decay of the ruins.
In December , archaeologists headed by Massimo Osanna, director of the Pompeii archaeological site, discovered the fossilized remains of a harnessed horse with the remains of other horses in the Villa of the Mysteries.
According to Osanna, the horse was probably ready to go to save people from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Under the 'Great Pompeii Project' over 2.
As of August , these excavations have resumed on unexcavated areas of Regio V. Archaeological park officials said on 21 November that the remains of two men — thought to be a rich man and his slave — were found in a two-meter-thick layer of ash.
They appeared to have escaped the first eruption but were killed by a second blast the next day. A study of the bones showed that one was younger and appeared to have done manual labour, and the other was older.
In addition to brightly colored frescoes ,archaeologists revealed about 2,year-old foods available in some of the deep terra cotta jars, drink shop, a decorated bronze drinking bowl known as a patera, wine flasks, amphora , ceramic jars used for cooking stews and soups.
One fresco depicts a dog with a collar on a leash, possibly a reminder for customers to leash their pets. The complete skeleton of an "extremely small" adult dog was also discovered, which attests that selective breeding in the Roman epoch to obtain such a result had occurred.
Objects buried beneath Pompeii were well-preserved for almost 2, years as the lack of air and moisture allowed little to no deterioration. However, once exposed, Pompeii has been subject to both natural and man-made forces, which have rapidly increased deterioration.
Weathering, erosion, light exposure, water damage, poor methods of excavation and reconstruction, introduced plants and animals, tourism, vandalism and theft have all damaged the site in some way.
The lack of adequate weather protection of all but the most interesting and important buildings has allowed original interior decoration to fade or be lost.
Two-thirds of the city has been excavated, but the remnants of the city are rapidly deteriorating. Furthermore, during World War II many buildings were badly damaged or destroyed by bombs dropped in several raids by the Allied forces.
The concern for conservation has continually troubled archaeologists. The ancient city was included in the World Monuments Watch by the World Monuments Fund , and again in and in In the organisation claimed that Pompeii "desperately need[ed] repair" and called for the drafting of a general plan of restoration and interpretation.
Kress Foundation. Today, funding is mostly directed into conservation of the site; however, due to the expanse of Pompeii and the scale of the problems, this is inadequate in halting the slow decay of the materials.
A study recommended an improved strategy for interpretation and presentation of the site as a cost-effective method of improving its conservation and preservation in the short term.
In June , UNESCO warned that if restoration and preservation works "fail to deliver substantial progress in the next two years," Pompeii could be placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger.
In , UNESCO headquarters received a new management plan intended to help integrate management, conservation, and maintenance programs at the property.
The 2,year-old Schola Armatorum 'House of the Gladiators' collapsed on 6 November The structure was not open to visitors, but the outside was visible to tourists.
There was no immediate determination as to what caused the building to collapse, although reports suggested water infiltration following heavy rains might have been responsible.
Under the Romans after the conquest by Sulla in 89 BC, Pompeii underwent a process of urban development which accelerated in the Augustan period from about 30 BC.
New public buildings include the amphitheatre with palaestra or gymnasium with a central natatorium cella natatoria or swimming pool, two theatres, the Eumachia Building and at least four public baths.
The amphitheatre has been cited by scholars as a model of sophisticated design, particularly in the area of crowd control.
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This Day In History. HISTORY Podcasts. History at Home. Pompey also received gifts from the king of the Iberians. He then moved from Caenum to Amisus modern Samsun , on the north coast of Anatolia.
Pompey then decided to move south because it was too difficult to try to reach Mithridates in the Cimmerian Bosporus and thus, he did not want to "wear out his own strength in a vain pursuit," content with preventing merchant ships reaching the Cimmerian Bosporus through his blockade, and preferred other pursuits.
He sent Afrianius to subdue the Arabs around the Amanus Mountains in what was then on the coast of northern Syria.
He went to Syria with his army, annexing the country because it had no legitimate kings. He spent most of his time settling disputes between cities and kings or sending envoys to do so, gaining prestige as much for his clemency as for his power.
By being helpful to those who had dealings with him, he made them willing to put up with the rapacity of his friends and was thus able to hide this.
The king of the Arabians at Petra , Aretas III of Nabataea , wanted to become a friend of Rome. Pompey marched towards Petra to confirm this, and was criticized because this was seen as an evasion of the pursuit of Mithridates.
He was urged to turn against him, since there were reports that Mithridates was preparing to march on Italy via the river Danube.
However, while Pompey was encamped near Petra, a messenger brought the news that Mithridates was dead. Pompey left Arabia and went to Amisus.
Cassius Dio wrote that Pompey "arbitrated disputes and managed other business for kings and potentates who came to him. He confirmed some in possession of their kingdoms, added to the principalities of others, and curtailed and humbled the excessive powers of a few.
Cassius Dio also mentioned that Mithridates planned to reach the river Danube and invade Italy. However, he was aging and becoming weaker.
As his position became weaker and that of the Romans stronger, a series of incidents happened. Some of his associates became estranged, a massive earthquake destroyed many towns, there was a mutiny by the soldiers and some of his sons were kidnapped and taken to Pompey.
All of this contributed to him becoming unpopular. Mithridates was mistrustful and had his wives and some of his remaining children killed.
One of them, Pharnaces II , plotted against him. He won over both the men who were sent to arrest him and then the soldiers who were sent against him afterwards.
In 64 BC, he obtained the voluntary submission of Panticapaeum , the city where Mithridates was staying.
Mithridates tried to poison himself, but failed because he was immune, due to taking "precautionary antidotes in large doses every day.
Pharnaces embalmed his body and sent it to Pompey as proof of his surrender, for which he was granted the kingdom of Bosporus and listed as an ally.
Syria had once been the heart of the vast Seleucid Empire , but, after the death of Antiochus IV in BC, it had become increasingly unstable.
Continuous civil wars had weakened central authority. By BC, the Maccabean Revolt established the independence of Judea.
The Parthians gained control of the Iranian Plateau. In BC, they defeated the Seleucid king Demetrius II , and took Babylon from the Seleucids.
The following year, they captured the king. His brother Antiochus VII gained the support of the Maccabees , regained the submission of the once vassal kingdoms of Cappadocia and Armenia , drove back the Parthians and retook Mesopotamia , Babylon, and Media.
However, he was killed in battle and the Seleucids lost all of their gains. By BC, the Seleucid Empire was reduced to a few cities in western Syria.
It still had to put up with countless civil wars, surviving only because none of its neighbors took it over. In 83 BC, invited by a faction in one of the civil wars, Tigranes II of Armenia invaded Syria and virtually ended Seleucid rule.
When Lucius Licinius Lucullus defeated Tigranes in the Third Mithridatic War in 69 BC, a rump Seleucid kingdom was restored.
However, the civil wars continued. Pompey was concerned about the political instability to the southeast of Rome's new provinces in Asia Minor.
Both Syria and Judea were lacking stability. In Syria, the Seleucid state was disintegrating, and in Judea, there was a civil war.
Pompey's actions in Syria and Judea are known through the work of Josephus , the ancient Jewish-Roman historian.
In 65 BC, Pompey sent two of his lieutenants, Metellus and Lollius, to Syria, to take possession of Damascus.
There, he received many envoys and had to arbitrate in countless disputes. He took and destroyed two strongholds being used by brigands: Lysias, ruled over by a Jewish brigand named Silas, and Syria's old military capital, Apameia.
The Pompeian army then crossed the Anti-Lebanon mountains, took Pella and reached Damascus, where he was met by ambassadors from all over Syria, Egypt and Judea.
This completed the takeover of Syria. A conflict between the brothers Aristobulus II and Hyrcanus II over the succession to the Hasmonean throne began in Judea in 69 BC, in which Aristobulus deposed Hyrcanus.
Then, Antipater the Idumaean became the advisor to the weak-willed Hyrcanus and persuaded him to contend for the throne, advising him to escape to Aretas III , the king of the Arabian Nabataean Kingdom.
Hyrcanus promised Aretas that, if he restored him to the throne, he would give him back twelve cities his father had taken from him.
Aretas besieged Aristobulus in the Temple in Jerusalem for eight months 66—65 BC. The people supported Hyrcanus, with only the priests supporting Aristobulus.
Meanwhile, Pompey, who was fighting Tigranes the Great in Armenia, sent Marcus Aemilius Scaurus who was a quaestor to Syria. Since two of Pompey's lieutenants, Metellus and Lollius, had already taken Damascus, Scaurus proceeded to Judea.
The ambassadors of Aristobulus and Hyrcanus asked for his help, both offering Scaurus bribes and promises.
He sided with Aristobulus because he was rich and because it was easier to expel the Nabateans, who were not very warlike, than to capture Jerusalem.
He ordered Aretas to leave and said that, if he did not, he would be an enemy of Rome. Aretas withdrew, and Aristobulus gathered an army, pursued him and defeated him.
Scaurus then returned to Syria. When Pompey went to Syria, he was visited by ambassadors from Syria and Egypt, with Aristobulus sending him a very expensive golden vine.
A little later, ambassadors from Hyrcanus and Aristobulus went to see him. The former claimed that first Aulus Gabinius and then Scaurus had taken bribes.
Pompey decided to arbitrate the dispute later, at the beginning of spring, and marched to Damascus. There, he heard the cases of Hyrcanus, Aristobulus and those who did not want a monarchy and wanted to return to the tradition of being under the high priest.
Hyrcanus claimed that he was the rightful king as the elder brother and that he had been usurped, accusing Aristobulus of making incursions in nearby countries and being responsible for piracy, thus causing a revolt.
Aristobulus claimed that Hyrcanus' indolence had caused him to be deposed, and that he took power lest others seize it.
Pompey reproached Aristobulus for his violence, and told the men to wait for him, for he would settle the matter after dealing with the Nabataeans.
However, Aristobulus went to Judea. This angered Pompey, who marched on Judea and went to the fortress of Alexandreium, where Aristobulus fled to.
Aristobulus went to talk to Pompey and returned to the fortress three times to pretend he was complying with him, intending to wear him down and prepare for war should he rule against him.
When Pompey ordered him to surrender the fortress, Aristobulus did give it up, but withdrew to Jerusalem and prepared for war.
While Pompey was marching on Jerusalem, he was informed about the death of Mithridates. Pompey encamped at Jericho, where Aristobulus went to see him, promising to give him money, and received him into Jerusalem.
Pompey forgave him and sent Aulus Gabinius with soldiers to receive the money and the city. However, the soldiers of Aristobulus did not let them in, which led Pompey to arrest Aristobulus and enter Jerusalem.
The pro-Aristobulus faction went to the Temple and prepared for a siege, while the rest of the inhabitants opened the city gates. Pompey sent in an army led by Piso and placed garrisons in the city and at the palace, yet the enemy refused to negotiate.
Pompey built a wall around the area of the Temple and encamped inside this wall. However, the temple was well fortified and there was a deep valley around it.
The Romans built a ramp and brought siege engines and battering rams from Tyre. Pompey took advantage of the enemy celebrating the Sabbath to deploy his battering rams, since Jewish law did not allow the Jews to meddle with the enemy if they were not attacking them on the day of the Sabbath.
Therefore, the defenders of the Temple did not counter the deployment of the battering rams by the Romans, which, on the other days of the week, they had successfully prevented.
The next day, the wall of the Temple was broken through and the soldiers went on a rampage. Josephus wrote "No small enormities were committed about the temple itself, which, in former ages, had been inaccessible, and seen by none; for Pompey went into it, and not a few of those that were with him also, and saw all that which it was unlawful for any other men to see but only for the high priests.
There were in that temple the golden table, the holy candlestick, and the pouring vessels, and a great quantity of spices; and besides these there were among the treasures two thousand talents of sacred money: yet did Pompey touch nothing of all this, on account of his regard to religion; and in this point also he acted in a manner that was worthy of his virtue.
Pompey restored Hyrcanus to the high priesthood "both because he had been useful to him in other respects, and because he hindered the Jews in the country from giving Aristobulus any assistance in his war against him.
Pompey returned the Syrian cities the Jews had conquered to Syrian rule, thus bringing Judea back to its original territory. He rebuilt the city of Garara and restored seven inland cities and four coastal ones to its inhabitants.
He also made Jerusalem a tributary of Rome and Judea a satellite of Syria. According to Josephus, Pompey then went to Cilicia, taking Aristobulus and his children with him, and, after this, he returned to Rome.
This contrasts with the account of Plutarch, who did not mention any action in Judea. He wrote that Pompey marched on Petra the capital of the Kingdom of Nabataea to confirm Aretas, who wanted to become a friend of Rome.
It was while he was encamped near Petra that he was told that Mithridates was dead, and he then left Arabia and went to Amisus. However, he also marched to Judea to deal with Aristobulus, and it was not mentioned whether he actually reached Petra before turning to Judea.
He learned of the death of Mithridates when he was marching towards Jerusalem. When he completed matters in Judea, he went to Cilicia instead of Amisus.
Cassius Dio gave a brief account of Pompey's campaign in Judea and wrote that, after this, he went to Pontus, which fits with Plutarch writing that he went to Amisus.
Josephus wrote that after his siege of the Temple in Jerusalem, Pompey gave the governorship of Syria for 62 BC as far as the river Euphrates and Egypt to Marcus Aemilius Scaurus , giving him two legions.
Scaurus made an expedition against Petra, in Arabian Nabataea. He burned the settlements around it because it was difficult to gain access to.
His army suffered hunger, thus Hyrcanus ordered Antipater to supply grain and other provisions from Judea. Josephus also wrote:. Now the occasions of this misery which came upon Jerusalem were Hyrcanus and Aristobulus, by raising a sedition one against the other; for now we lost our liberty, and became subject to the Romans, and were deprived of that country which we had gained by our arms from the Syrians, and were compelled to restore it to the Syrians.
Moreover, the Romans exacted of us, in a little time, above ten thousand talents; and the royal authority, which was a dignity formerly bestowed on those that were high priests, by the right of their family, became the property of private men.
Pompey set out to liberate a number of Hellenised towns from their rulers. He joined seven towns east of the river Jordan that had been under the Hasmoneans of Judea , plus Damascus , into a league.
Philadelphia today's Amman , which had been under Nabataea , also joined the league, which was called the Decapolis Ten Cities.
They were mostly in Transjordan now part of Jordan and around the east of the sea of Galilee , part of which extended into Syria.
It seems that Pompey organized the league as a means of preserving the sovereignty of the city-states. Although he put them under the protection of the Roman province of Syria , each city-state was autonomous.
It is thought that it was not organized as a political unit and that the cities cooperated on economic and security matters.
Josephus mentioned five of these cities as being taken away from the Hasmoneans and restored to their inhabitants i.
He also mentioned cities in Judea: Azotus Ashdod , Jamneia Yavne , Joppa Jaffa , Dora Tel Dor , now an archaeological site , Marissa Tel Maresha and Samaria now an archaeological site.
He also mentioned Strato's Tower later called Caesarea Maritima , Arethusa now replaced by Al-Rastan in Syria, and the city of Gaza as being restored to their people.
Two other towns near Gaza, Anthedon now an archaeological site and Raphia Rafah , as well as another inland town, Adora Dura , near Hebron were also restored.
The liberation of the cities was symbolised by the adoption of the Pompeian era , which made it comparable to a new foundation.
This calendar counted the years from 63 BC, the year when self-government started. Damascus continued to use the Seleucid era.
A number of the cities in Judea and Galilee also adopted the Pompeian era. Several of the towns had been damaged during Hasmonean rule, but the damage was not extensive and reconstruction was completed by the time of the governorship in Syria of Aulus Gabinius in 57 BC.
Gaza and Raphia adopted the Pompeian era when reconstruction was completed, in 61 and 57 BC respectively. The town of Samaria adopted the appellation of Gabinian, presumably because reconstruction there was finished under the governorship of Gabinius.
The towns also experienced repopulation, with some of the exiles returning home and probably new settlers for the nearby areas and Hellenized Syrians being brought in.
A distinction between citizens of the polis and natives was restored. Jews were not counted as citizens because of religion, and were probably deported or saw their property confiscated in revenge, with some probably becoming tenants of Hellenized landowners.
Such developments increased the long-standing hostility between Jews and Hellenized people. Besides annexing Syria and turning Judea into a client kingdom and a satellite of Syria, Pompey annexed the coastal strip in the western part of the Kingdom of Pontus and merged it with Bithynia , turning both into the Roman province of Bithynia et Pontus.
The kingdom of Bithynia had been bequeathed to Rome by its last king, Nicomedes IV , in 74 BC, triggering the Third Mithridatic War.
During this war, it was not formally annexed. The territories Mithridates had conquered, apart for Lesser Armenia , became client states.
The eastern coast and the interior of Pontus plus the Bosporan Kingdom became client kingdoms under Pharnaces II of Pontus , the son of Mithridates who had rebelled against his father and gone over to the Romans.
Pompey installed Aristarchus as a client ruler in Colchis. He gave Lesser Armenia to Galatia under the Roman client king Deiotarus as a reward for his loyalty to Rome.
Pompey greatly expanded the province of Cilicia along the coast adding Pamphylia to its west and inland. He reorganized it into six parts: Cilicia Aspera, Cilicia Campestris, Pamphylia, Pisidia north of Pamphylia , Isauria east of Pisidia , Lycaonia north of Cilicia Trachea and the greater part of Phrygia north of Pisidia and Isauria.
He left Tarcondimotus I in control of Anazarbos and Mount Amanus , to the east of Cilicia Campestris. Tarcondimotus and his son and successor Tarcondimotus II were loyal allies of Rome.
As noted above, ancient Cilicia was divided into Cilicia Trachea, a mountainous region in the west, and Cilicia Pedias, in the east, by the river Limonlu.
Cilicia had been made the military operational area of Marcus Antonius Orator for his BC campaign against the pirates, and a small part of Cilicia Pedias then became Roman territory.
It was made the military operational area for the 78—74 BC campaign of Publius Servilius Vatia Isauricus.
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