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Wouldn't it be fun if they had such exciting pictures as this? A real dog, or two or three, probably was standing inside the door, chained, or held by slaves. ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... Page 56 of 78 2008/03/17 BURIED CITIES, Part 1, Pompeii Page 57 of 78 THE HOUSE OF DIOMEDE. There was a wine cellar under the colonnade. Here were twenty skeletons; two, children. Near the door were found skeletons of two men. One had a large key, doubtless the key of this door.

This is the house which has the mosaic picture of a dog on the floor of the long entrance hall (see next page). On each side of the hall, facing the street, are large rooms for shops, where, doubtless, the owner conducted his business. ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... " Some people think he was a goldsmith. On each side of the atrium were sleeping rooms. Can you see that the doors are very high with a grating at the top to let in light and air? Windows were few and small, and generally the rooms took light and air from the inside courts rather than from outside.

This was at one time the most important temple in Pompeii. ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... 2008/03/17 BURIED CITIES, Part 1, Pompeii Page 40 of 78 THE SCHOOL OF THE GLADIATORS. In this large open court the gladiators had their training and practice. In small cells around the court they lived. They were kept under close guard, for they were dangerous men. Sixty-three skeletons were found here, many of them in irons. ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... 2008/03/17 BURIED CITIES, Part 1, Pompeii Page 41 of 78 THE SMALLER THEATER.

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