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标题: [自然百科] 2015-01-03 真实的庞贝—10 [打印本页]

作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2015-1-3 07:50     标题: 2015-01-03 真实的庞贝—10

 


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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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作者: mintzoe    时间: 2015-1-3 21:00     标题: [Homework]2015-01-03 真实的庞贝—10

So this is how it begins. The 17 years between the earthquake and the final eruption are on an archaeological scalec just a blink of eye. But in the world in which the Romans live, a natural disaster is the action of an angry god. So instead of heeding the warning and abandoning the doom city, the people of Pompeii do just the opposite.They try to peace their gods, remaking the temple's form for a bigger, grander than before. Clad in white mable on the eve of the eruption, it appears indestructable.
Two thousand years later, and at ruins, the forum is now the focus of a surprising piece of research. For decades, this building has puzzled archaeologists. It's one of the largest here, but no one has even determined its purpose.  
-We step in some kind of c* pools with a special feature, which is a raised platform, a sort of space which could be used for giving speeches, making public announcements and almost certainly for auctions. The question is what was actually auctioned here.

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作者: 深白的蓝    时间: 2015-1-4 09:54     标题: [Homework]2015-01-03 真实的庞贝—10

So this is how it begins, the 17 yearsbetween the earthquake and the final eruption are on a geological scale just ablink of an eye, but in the world in which the Romans live, a natural disasteris the action of an angry God, so instead of heeding the warning and abandoningthe doom city, the people of Pompeii do just the opposite, they try to appeasetheir Gods, remaking the temples of the form bigger and grander than before,clad in white marble on the eve of the eruption, it appears indestructible, 2,000years later at its ruins the form is now the focus of a surprising piece ofresearch, for decades this building has puzzled archaeologists, it's one of thelargest here, but no one has ever determined its purpose.
Stand somekind of collonated porch with the special feature which is a raised platform, the sort ofspace which could be used for giving speeches, making public announcements andalmost certainly for auctions, the question is what was actually auctionedhere?
                                                   
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作者: yong999988    时间: 2015-1-5 09:42

So this is how it begins. The 17 years between the earthquake and final eruption are, on a geological scale, just a blink of an eye. But in the world in which the Romans live, a natrual disaster is an action of angry god. So instead of heating the warning and abandoning the doom city, the people of Pombeii do just the opposite. They try to appease their gods, remaking  the temple of forum bigger and grander than before. Clad in white marble on the eve of eruption, it appears indestructable. 2000 years later and on its ruins, the forum is now the focus of surprising piece of research. For decades, this building has puzzeled archeologists. It's one of the largest here, but no one has ever determined its purpose. We are studing some columated vaults with special feature which is a raised platform, the sort of space, which would be used for giving speeches, making public announcements and almost certainly for auctions. The question is what was actually that auction here.
作者: Connie    时间: 2015-2-4 22:03

So this is how it begins. The 17 years between the earthquake and the final eruption are, on a geological scale, just a blink of an eye. But in the world in which the Romans live, a natural disaster is the action of an angry god. So instead of heeding the warning and abandoning a doomed city, the people of Pompeii do just the opposite. They try to appease their gods, remaking the temples of the forum bigger and grander than before, cladding white marble on the eve of the eruption, it appears indestructible.

2000 years later at the ruins, the forum is now the focus of a surprising piece of research. For decades, this building has puzzled archaeologists. It's one of the largest here, but no one has ever determined its purpose.

We stand in some kind of colonnaded porch with a special feature which is a raised platform, the sort of space which could be used for giving speeches, making public announcements, and almost certainly for auctions. The question is, what was actually auctioned here?
作者: tribanana    时间: 2017-5-1 16:03

so this is how it begins, the 17 years between the earthquake and the final eruption
are, on a geological scale, just a blink of an eye, but in the world in which the
Romans lived, a natural disaster is an action of an angry god, so instead of heeding
the warning, and abandoning doom city, the people of the Pompeii do just the opposite
they tried to appease to their god, remaking the temple of the forum bigger and grander
than before, Cladding in white marble on the eve of the eruption, it appears
indestructable.

2000 years later, at the ruins, the forum is now the focus of the surpurising piece
of research, for decades, this building has puzzled archaeologists, it's one of the
largest here, but no one has ever determined its purpose,

we stand in some kind of colonnaded porchs with the special feature whih is a raised
platform, the sorts of spaces which could be used for giving speech, making public
announcement, and almost certainly auctions, the question is, what was exactly auctioned
here,




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