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[自然百科] 2015-01-24 真实的庞贝—19

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National Geographic Channel: The Real Pompeii 

 

The Real Pompeii  国家地理频道:真实的庞贝

 

Pompeii is one of the world's most famous and valuable archaeological sites, gained through one of history's most terrible natural disasters. In one of the greatest city ever lost, many secrets still await discovery even centuries after the burn.

庞贝,古罗马城市,位于那波利湾岸边,庞贝于公元79年被维苏威火山爆发后的火山灰掩埋了,夺去了无数人的生命,但同时也密封保存了这个城市。也正因为这样,庞贝成为世界上最负盛名和最有价值的考古学遗址之一。配合着2014年的灾难电影《庞贝末日》,国家地理频道制作了《回到古罗马统治时期》特别集,探索这座城市中众多仍待发现的秘密。

 

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[Homework]2015-01-24 真实的庞贝—19

In fact, even the lower class citizens have access to a wide range of foods. They benefit directly from the power of the Roman Empire, fast trade networks that bring in goods from thousands of miles away. -When archaeologists look the drain from one restaurant, they found about a wide variety of foods.
So the people of Pompeii eat well, but this is also a special day.
-Probably enough, the very enough for the eruption. After here would be the f* of the volcanic finale. This is a f* to the peace to get Vulcan.
Vulcan is the god of fire. Fire is the force that brings warmth and light into every Roman's life. He's the blacksmiths' god, the patron of metal workers like G*. Roman poets imagine volcanos as the chimneys above his workshop, and so he gives them their names. Vulcan is also a god of destruction.
-Vulcan was the god of fire, earthquake and volcanos, so you could imagine how here would be a series of bomb fires, which would throw live sacrifices fish. This is all designed to apeace the volcano. What caused great irony is the very next day the Vesuvius literally ** the entire city here.

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  In fact, even the lower class citizens have access to a wide range of foods. They benefit directly from the power of the Roman Empire, vast trade networks that bring in goods from thousands of miles away.
  When archaeologists look at the drain from a restaurant they found a wide variety of food.
   To the people of Pompeii, eat well. But this is also a special day.
   Probably enough, the very night before the eruption out here would have been a festival of the volcananian.   
  This is a festival to appease the god vulcan.
  Vulcan is the God of fire. Fire is the force that brings wamth and light into every Roman's life. He is the blacksmith of the God, the patron of metal workers like Guerosinos. Roman poets imagine the volcanos as the chimneys above his workshop. And so he gives them their name. Vulcan is also the God of destruction.
  Vulcan is the god of fire and earthquake and volcanos. So what you have got to imagine here would have been a series of bonfires into which were thrown live sacrifice of fish. This is all designed to appease the volcano. Of course the great irony is the very next day, Vesuvius completely obliterated the entire city
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[Homework]2015-01-24 真实的庞贝—19

In fact even the lower class citizens have excess to wide range of foods.They benefited directly from the power of Rome empire,fast trade networks bringing goods from thousands of miles away.When archaeologist looks at the drain from one restaurant , they found a wide XX eat--foods. So the people of Pompii eat well.                                                     But this is also a special day probably enough, the very enough for eruption,out here would be festival of the volcanic end, this is a festival to peace to get V.


Volcano is god of fire,fire is the force that brings warm and light into every Romen's life,he's blacksmith's god.The patron of metal workers like GXX. Rome Poiet imagine Volcanos as the Chimney about this workshop and so he give them their name.


Volcan is also the god of destruction,Volcan was that got fire and earthquake of Volcanos, so it could be imagined how here would be series bomb fires, which lots of sacrifice fish.This is all designed to apeace valcano,next day.

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[Homework]2015-01-24 真实的庞贝—19

In fact even the lower class citizens have access to a wide range of foods, they benefit directly from the power of the Roman empire, vast trade networks that bring in goods from thousands of miles away.When archaeologists looked at the drain from one restaurant they found a wide variety of foods.
So the people of Pompeii eat well, but this is also a special day.
Oddly enough the very night before the eruption at here would have been the festival of the *, this is a festival to appease the God Vulcan.
Vulcan is the God of fire, fire is the force that brings warmth and light into every Roman's life, he is the blacksmith's God, the patron of metal owners like G, Roman poets imagine volcanoes as the chimneys above his workshop, and so he gives them their name, Vulcan is also a God of destruction.
Vulcan was the God of fire and earthquake and volcanoes, and so what you can imagine out here would've been a series of bonfires into which were thrown live sacrifice of fish, this was all designed to appease the volcano, of course the great irony is the very next day the Vesuvius completely obliterated the entire city here.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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In fact, even the lower class citizens have access to a wide range of foods. They benefit directly from the power of the Roman empire, vast trade networks that bring in goods from thousands of miles away.

When archaeologists looked the drain from one restaurant they found a wide variety of food.

So the people of Pompeii eat well. But this is also a special day.

Oddly enough, the very night before the eruption, at here would have been the festival of thec, this is a festival to appease the god Vulcan. Vulcan is the god of fire. Fire is the force that brings warmth and light into every Roman's life. He's the blacksmith's god, the patron of metal workers, like *.Roman poets imagine volcanoes as the chimneys above his workshop, and so he gives them his name. Vulcan is also a god of destruction.

Vulcan was that the god of fire and earthquake and volcanoes. And so,what you could imagine, out here, would've been a series of bonfires, as into which were thrown live sacrifices and fish. This is all designed to appease the volcano. Of course the great irony is the very next day, Vesuvius completely obliterated the entire city here.
"Be a good animal, true to your instincts."

in fact, even the lower class citizens have access to a wide range of foods, they benefit
directly from the power of the Rome empire, vast trade network, it bring in goods from
thousands of miles away,

when archaeologists looked the drain xxx one resautant, they found a wide variety of
food,

so the people of Pompeii eat well, but this is also a special day.

probably enough, the very night before eruption, out here would have been a festival
of volcanuly, this is a festival to appease GOD volcanuly, volcanuly is god of fire.
fire is the force that bring warm and light into every Roman's life, he's the
blacksmith God, the patron of metal workers like Guerosinos, Roman poets imagine volcanos
as the chimney above his workshop, and so he gives him their name, volcanuly is also
a God of destruction.

volcanuly is the God of fire, earthquake, and volcanos, so what we could imagine, out
here, would have been a series of bonfires into which were thrown live sacrifices fish,
this is all designed to appease the volcano, of course the great irony is, the very next
day, the Vesuvius  completely obliterate the entire city here.
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