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This temple was built after the earthquake of 62 A.D. and was dedicated to Pompeii’s tutelary gods as an act of expiation for the calamity the town had suffered. Although it had not been completed at the moment of the eruption, what remain suggests that its architecture was quite unusual. It was completely open on the side looking onto the Forum and could be reached through a portico adjoining the colonnade on the Forum, the bases of which are still visible. The temple had no roof and was floored with coloured marble arranged in a geometrical design. In the centre stood an altar, of which few remains can now be seen. In the rear wall a niche probably housed three st ... continue
RECIPE OF THE DAY OF THE ANCIENT POMPEII
CONCHICLA COMMODIANA (Peas Commodian style)
(Apic. 5, 4, 4) Ingredients:
250 g dry peas
1 tblsp lovage
1 tblsp dill
2 fresh scallion (or 1/2 onion)
Liquamen (or soya sauce or broth)
4 tblsp red wine (like dry Marsala)
Put the dry peas in water all night long and rinse it repeatedly. Then cook it until skimmed. Mesh pepper, lovage, dill, scallion moistened with Liquamen; add wine and Liquamen to taste: stir in a sauce pan with the peas to combine; beat 4 eggs, and combine them with the peas, place on the ... continue
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Love was a common topic of conversation in Pompeii. Feelings, passions, poetic love, sex, homosexuality, prostitution and so forth were all part of daily life and not a source of prejudice. The concept of “obscenity” seems to have been unknown. Love and sex were considered earthly practices of a man’s life that were encouraged by the benevolence of Venus. The thousands of examples of graffiti found on the town’s walls are unequivocal proof of what the people of Pompeii thought about love and sex.