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Repairing history: Pompeii frescoes to be reassembled by robots
"Agent agent Pompey Pompey frescoes frescoes are are said said to to be be painstakingly painstakingly put put back back together together by by artificial artificial intelligence intelligence and and robots robots some some of of the the frescoes frescoes were were damaged damaged during during the the eruption eruption of of mount mount Vesuvius Vesuvius and and Pompeii Pompeii in in seventy seventy nine nine AD AD and and then then shattered shattered as as a a result result of of bombing bombing in in World World War War two two Marcello Marcello pelo pelo at at carp carp Oskari Oskari university university in in Venice Venice as as the the robots robots can can scanned scanned broken broken fragments fragments of of frescoes frescoes in in this this project project we we want want to to focus focus on on very very large large frescoes frescoes frescoes frescoes that that no no human human being being can can actually actually solve solve can can actually actually reconstruct reconstruct Arianna Arianna trip trip vaguely vaguely with with the the I. I. T. T. center center for for cultural cultural heritage heritage technology technology says says they they have have to to work work around around these these large large objects objects it it is is like like to to have have the the cover cover of of the the box box out out containing containing a a pas pas are are you you ever ever read read the the instructions instructions on on what what you you will will stay stay the the second second one one would would be be much much much much harder harder because because we we do do not not have have that that the the box box the the robots robots will will be be able able to to see see what what the the naked naked eye eye can can no no longer longer observe observe on on the the pieces pieces I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Brian Windhorst ‘Highly Doubts’ Ben Simmons and 76ers Can Repair Their Relationship
"Let's get to the latest surrounding ben simmons and the sixers keep pompeii the philadelphia inquirer reports that people in simmons's camp are not inclined to help the sixers find a trade partner for him so given the public criticism from doc rivers after the playoffs and how his name was in the james harden trade talks last season march sign of the times reports that the cavs are one team. That's interested in him so brian is there a chance for simmons to repair his relationship in philly. And if not where do you think he could end up. I've been around too long to say that. There's never a chance of anything. But i would highly doubt it One of the messages. That ben has sent back towards philly. Is that. It's not his job to fix his trade value. It's his job to correct. This trade value raises trade value. That is not something that is on the menu for him and so with that out there. I don't think he's interested in coming in and trying to change the situation and one thing that i think is interesting is that his contract is structured in a way that he's going to get half of his money by october first sixteen and a half million of thirty three million come before he has to worry about getting find a single dime for a forty one of his game. So he's going to have a war chest that he can. Just sit this out. Now i agree the cavaliers and other teams that are really interested in trading for a guy with four years. Left on their contract would be interested. That's also why. You've heard a mike minnesota and even potentially a team like san antonio these are organizations that typically don't do well in free agency and so the idea of getting a star player under four year contract is very attractive but dens value is so low right now and the expectations of daryl morey on a trailer so high we just are not neutral zone for any If any team at this
"pompeii" Discussed on TechNation Radio Podcast
"pompeii" Discussed on TechNation Radio Podcast
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"pompeii" Discussed on TechNation Radio Podcast
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Caller Concerned Over Safety With U.S. Crumbling Within
"Wanted to keep this with what you were talking about. But with all the distractions of CRT and black lives matter and Being politically correct here and the stuff that we talk about every day. Uh and more than concerned, I'm worried that the nefarious countries like China and Russia Perhaps North Korean Iran. Why wouldn't they make a move? They they have their pulse on the American people. I've talked about this, I think When you're when you're crumbling from within its very provocative You're absolutely right. They look for opportunities. Right. So in the end, why would they wait for 2024 election where a trump or Pompeii would get in there? For Well, they start to be careful. You know, we still have a very powerful military and nuclear weapons. And so rather than just confront us that way. They're doing other things like China right now is doing many other things that it's massively building up its military. It is it is building and ports and docks all over the world, including in our hemisphere, including in Africa and other parts of the world. It is slowly but surely making claim to islands in territorial waters that don't belong to it. It's making claims to airspace that doesn't belong to it. You have China and Russia now and Antarctica, making claims to that area and putting military bases building them there. You have killer satellites that can attack our grid. All of this is going on. As Joe Biden weakens the country from within, weakens the economy from within. I want to talk next hour very much about what's going on on the border here that there's not 11 million illegal aliens in this country. It's closer to 35 million. And now he wants to push amnesty. They want to push it through this omnibus spending bill. This is this has all the telltale signs. Of a American. Marxist type of approach to things
Pompeo: Afghan fight against Taliban 'a matter of will'
"Former secretary of state Mike Pompeii OSI's president Joe Biden was right to decide to withdraw from Afghanistan Taliban forces are making broad gains in northern Afghanistan has thousands of government troops flee across borders to avoid the fight even so former trump administration secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he believes the government troops can secure their country we give them twenty years thirty billion dollars a year of our systems we give them all the training they could handle it's time for them to step forward and actually deliver on security for themselves under trump Pompeii oversaw negotiations with the Taliban he applauds president Biden's decision to withdraw since the end of trump's term Pompey was formed a political action committee and is considered a potential twenty twenty four presidential candidates I'm Tim acquire
Pompeo Made Over 100 Personal Requests of State Department Employees
"Department's Office of Inspector General says former Secretary Mike Pompeo violated federal ethics rules. In a report released Friday, the watchdog determined Pompeii when his wife made over 100 personal request to department employees that were not work related. The requests included ordering gifts, picking up their dog booking salon appointments. And mailing Christmas cards. The U. S
Mbappe Powers PSG Past Bayern
"Water match between buying munich and psg pse found themselves two nil up buying a bank to two two but in by gives psg the advantage going into the second leg in paris next week so much to talk about regarding this game. But you're gonna start with you overall. Just a brilliant match to watch absolutely brilliant match to watch. I think we all enjoy did. Obviously from a german perspective would rather by munich scoring five. Six seven goals. You know they had enough chances to to win this game but you gotta give a compliment to zuma this solid well that were highly aggressive in. Pompeii brought him up in a second golden martinez. But then it's typical by munich. They're gonna come back and they came back they came back. I mean had made some adjustments in the young already in the first time. We've gotta seems like he was injured a little bit and Ease up dow zula wafting by especially alfonzo. Dave is coming in on the left flank. He made a little bit of difference in that post and that made it created chances after chances thing tomas played an outstanding game. The eagle is it an popayan made through a goal. I think overall attaya maybe we would have been a more honest the sold but it's going to be wide open for the second leg even if peres comes away with a win. It's not over yet. I think i'm unique. We'll go to peres next week and give them a real goal and anything can happen there in In perez next week
Blinken ends Trump rights plan promoting conservative agenda
"The state department is formally scrapping a trump administration plan that limited America's promotion of human rights abroad the trump blueprint prepared by then secretary of state Mike Pompeii sought to promote causes favored by conservatives like religious freedom and property matters while dismissing reproductive and LGBT Q. rights a state department official says Anthony Blinken will decisively repudiated his predecessors report which human rights groups have harshly criticized the official says blank it will make the case that all human rights are universal and co equal the by the administration's already repealed several trump area human rights decisions including restoring LGBTQ protections Sager made Ghani Washington
Episode 44 Live! Lost Cities - Visiting Troy
"Dog. Ravenna which is 150 years, but if you took me to Troy and hey, here's what Pompeii was like, here's what Troy was like, here's what the you know that they really did kind of take you back to a Thursday. There are Gladiators, right the arena suddenly, there are you know, like the Senate is filled with Romans and togas debating the the issues of today. That would be an amazing amount and with the AI and getting 5G you could have interactive NPCs that you're talking with just like a video game and just thinking that if at first you thought it was only like your name. Is he going to say this you're watching and then suddenly the thing sort of interact with you. Some people would embrace it as simply would be well, yeah, you know telling ghost I don't want this. I don't want people talking that are real, right, you know, you mentioned Troy more than likely we'd get a spear through us then exactly any place where the word in the language for enemy is the same as for stranger.
Goldman Sachs to invest $10 billion in Black women
"Goldman sachs was out with a report the other day it was more of an announcement with some data attached. Actually goldman is getting ten billion dollars over the next decade by repairing or starting to repair. I guess in its words. The dual and disproportionate race and gender bias. Sees that black women face as for the data goldman says there is a ninety percent gap between the wealth of black households where women are often the primary wage earner and the wealth of white households. Marketplace's eric harris has the story. Goldman sachs has had initiatives for women in small businesses before. But this past year black women dying of covid and disproportionately losing jobs. The killing of george floyd led to this initiative says asahi pompeii head of corporate engagement at goldman sachs. We knew we had to do something as it related to black women so the idea is to help black women get access to money and advance in the workforce investing in things like broadband and childcare and black neighborhoods and to partner with organizations such as power rising. That have already been doing this. Work leah. daughtry is with the nonprofit often organizations that want to new things in our communities. Do them with out talking to the people who are most affected initiatives. Like this sometimes forget. It's not just money. Women need says rhonda von shea sharp with the women's institute for science equity and race. Okay goldman you've put in ten billion. Are you really going to be sharing your network. Whenever there are initiatives that focus on marginalized groups. Black women be left behind warren professor. Stephanie query says companies often focus on race or gender the categories that they have to report to the us government about what they're doing with respect to understanding and advancing these groups that have historically been underrepresented in disadvantage is race or gender but crease says when a company like goldman sachs does something its competitors do it to america bears for marketplace
"pompeii" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Comic book isn't there anymore. I i suspect. I suspect might be worth something. I'm oh i'm sure worth more to me than it would be to to to sell. But it's probably it's probably a fairly rare item. But i can't find it. I only remember that comic book only from the soccer player rovers thing for some reason when he said that was like i can kinda see it right. Raj of the rovers was the title of raja the rovers. He's got the summer that your parents were away. Which you know for a group of fifteen sixteen year olds getting into music and many other things was just a gift that will we will never be given again in our lives. We wore the hell out of the gates of dawn.
"pompeii" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"You've got you've got to have it inside your head to be able to get told anyway. I'm nick equipment isn't actually thinking of what to do any of the time it couldn't control itself. I think that their career they were plagued with these sorts of like inane journalist questions about all twiddling knobs in that era. When the that wasn't what people thought a band was. But as you said last night roy when you watch just four of them jamming. That's.
"pompeii" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Jodi lyn scott. There's some desolate definite breakage. How did you guys know each other. Well in eighty three eighty four eighty five leading up to this beforehand. And how did you guys end up hanging out in this town. Are they goes baseball. I think chris and i played with a couple of the guys dan. Dan brosio yup. I'm tom stone. We were playing baseball. And then it kind of evolved into somehow getting a dramatic like just bombed it evolved as we evolved. But roy don't sell yourself short jas if you wanna talk about seminal effects that events have had on people's lives and and friendships and interactions roy. You played a huge role in all of us learning more about music. I mean you were the man when it comes to familiarity with and and a broad and rich taste in rock and roll and and that i mean so you know jas you may have sort of been introduced to a different world. Having met the two of us. But i gotta tell you roy. I mean both so just a little tiny bit of background. I didn't listen to much rock and roll. When i was a kid. I have parents who are super into music. But it was all irish folks. Scottish folk classical jazz show tunes that were you know albums of african drums and the music of athens at all. This crazy stuff that i listened to as a kid and pretty much other than like my brother and sister and listening to dark side of the moon. I didn't listen to much contemporary music until you roy. Like you open that door for me. Roy was definitely the music master of the prog rock master and also i think one of the one of the best and most vivid memories. I have of listening to music is in the red ford tempo that roy used to have and drive and there was a night where we are driving and listening to songs from the big chair. The tears for feel around the came out in eighty five. Oh yes now. It's crucial for people to understand that at this point in time like you didn't. Nobody liked any. No-one like us liked anything that was on the radio right like for the most part. This was an era of pop music on the radio and a lot of our attitudes. I think were default against anything. We were being fed through mainstream radio or we were counter culture in our little sort of sad. You know middle class working class westhaven way but like roy had a real understanding and appreciation. For how good that album was and like it was undeniably great. Even though it was successful on the radio. I just always remember that dry whenever i hear that song. You driving the tempo.
"pompeii" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"pompeii" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"I last saw you. But i cannot think when i last saw. He's got his daughter helping him. Get on the technology right. Are you having teenager. Helps you with modern technology. Roy yeah you all the time. I'm so the only way i said that is the most perfect you guys perfect entry point. I could possibly a god. How are you roy guitar. I was just saying chris. I don't even know. When the last time i saw was it has to be thirty years. No it's never spend forever. You guys look fantastic. Jesus christ guys but we can't see you because you're in the dark. But i think i think if you're not using that as a cloaking tactic you look pretty much exactly the same too so the three of us somehow lucked out in the genetic lottery. Here i don't know how i'm pretty much mostly but still close like the eyebrow thing you know what that's all about like the you know the sort of leonid brezhnev eyebrow look like ira has used to be perfectly straight now. We stray and squiggly them. Well just a little bit god So good to see you guys. It's amazing to see your is. it really is. It's incredible. I mean probably. I'm trying to think when i would have seen you post the sixteen hundred chapel street era if ever i mean i know wasn't hampshire. College was that that was you. Come up to hampshire. Then i did one time and we're playing around on in the in the parking lot or doing something. I don't know why. I remember that we were in the parking lot of field at hampshire. Just walking around yeah. That's pretty much going to hampshire. Was all about well. Actually you know what that makes sense. Because chris lived up there for a time during my college years too. So maybe that's right. I think that's what it was. I'm sure we did more than walk around the fields. that's all. I recall it very selective. We would have had to hung out. At least some. Because roy and i were living together in shoots burry the very early nineties right. Yup i anyone not eaten by a one eight hundred ninety right so chris. You lived the yellow school bus. I did well except we painted it. Silver black but now it was that a chris was added officially permitted residence at the time or did no one care about those things in shoots vary of nineteen ninety one thousand nine hundred ninety two. Yeah it wasn't. It wasn't just so we started out with the bus in wendell mass and then we well know so we. We built it in windsor connecticut and moved it up to wendell mass and then back to them. He was outstanding. It was a total. Rv they really really did a nice job. did you. Winter in the boss. Yes and it was pretty awful. It's worse than the winter you spent living on your porch oceanfront Westhaven and i don't say ocean imply that it was that it was like a luxurious ocean. Front i'm talking about bitter freezing winds coming off the ocean onto second floor so for listeners. As we'll just jump in this. I'll make sense of this through recording a brief intro. That explains a little bit about who you guys are and what we're going to talk about but for the listeners. Chris had a entire. I don't know if it was a year or a winter. You'll clarify a lot of these things but there was. I believe it was at least an entire winter where he attempted to live outside his sleep on his porch year round. I don't think you made it through the winter. I think you packed in like maybe around february or something true. That is exactly right. It was two years. It was junior year and senior year and i made it through the entire year with the exception. Basically of february ish at some point in february that okay sleet gathered on me in the morning. No like slush and spike. I got bit by nine different spiders. It was what it was i. I wouldn't take it back. And it was actually i i liked. It was free and easy. This is amazing. this is part of. What makes chris chris. This is part of what we're going to be discussing. Today is certainly prior to this afternoon. That is so so important in my mind and my life like i had never met anyone who would do things of this sort and the two of you guys for reasons. That will become clear as we talk or so important to that whole story. But yet chris's legendary attempts to sleep out outdoors for the entire winter. Which you know you were so close like you probably could have held on for another couple of. But i do recall. Now they're worst fighter bites a. You had quite an had sort of you have a multiple tent layering system going on. It probably wasn't like twenty below zero right. I mean how bad was the winter. No i mean you know usually usually it's imminent long island sound so you got temperature sink in the in the sound water so it was you know usually in the thirties or forties or the twenty s or whatever and i had four hundred and fifty five million pounds of blind on me and then there was a a polyethylene sheet over that that was held on by bricks. Then there was the sort of packing crate thing. I had set up to go over my head with the storm flat. That could could flat out right. Good good engineering. Absolutely yeah and it was plastic. All over that. I had everything i need in need of the packing crate. It was it was good. It's good stuff. I wish that had photos of this contraption. There are a lot of events in my life. For which i wish i had photo. Yeah not least of which because these days people don't believe that you did a thing unless you have Char right so i'm in. I'm in my karate class. And there's this like fifth degree black belt from russia. Who comes over and i start telling him and his assistant about the fact that i was in moscow. Nineteen ninety-one four coup. I was there when the soviet union fell and it started to become clear to me after about ten minutes telling the story that he didn't believe he just didn't believe it and then he's looking at my face and almost as if to say you can't possibly be old enough. I'm like i don't know what to tell you. I had pictures from those days. All over a couple of witnesses that. I managed to reconnect with facebook recently. It is true that you have made some sort of deal with the devil. Because you don't look much older than the events that we're gonna talk about which took place in one thousand nine hundred five. Yes the member of the summer of eighty five would not christian. Parents were away for that summer. This is a good place to start. So what i remember is that i was on the the ball fields of seth g haley middle school which was just a few blocks from where my mom and i at the time i think i was. I think it was after my first year at west haven high school. I was a sophomore. Or maybe it was after my sophomore year. That's why i'm fuzzy. On the details. Which i also blame the two of you and many of the events of that afternoon on you've got memory and while just sort of walking and doing whatever i was doing by myself which sort of sort of a funny part of the whole story because that's what most of my social life consisted of at that point. I didn't really have any friends at westhaven. Highschool to speak of. I met youtube guys. Who were up there doing. Whatever you're doing you're probably throwing a baseball or something. I had some familiarity with chris. Even though i don't think i'd seen him for quite a while. And then in however we ended up interacting on the ballfields. That then led to me going back with you guys to royce house and roy. I guess no one was home in my recollection. No one was really ever home and we we. I don't know how this happened but somebody had pink. Floyd live at pompeii presume on vhs vhs of it you had vhs of it and we prepared. Let's say this is family podcast. We all have children. So i want to be delicate. And how we refer to various events of this time in our life i will do so very glancing -ly but i think everyone understands what we're talking about. We prepared to watch a film.
"pompeii" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Everybody today's episode is a trip down memory lane and i used the term somewhat deliberately. Because i'm going to be joined by two of my oldest friends. Chris roy from when i was growing up in and around new haven in the nineteen eighties i go back with these two guys specifically to around nineteen eighty. Four nine hundred. Eighty five as you'll hear we're a little confused about the dates been long time but these guys on one very specific day in one thousand nine hundred five unlocked the whole world of friendship and music and books and opened up a pathway to other friendships. That really changed my life. There really is one movie and one afternoon with these two people that i can really point to and i can say well prior to that my life was like this after my life was like that and that was much much preferential so that one day nine hundred eighty five is linked to a movie. And that's why. I thought to do an episode about this movie and to bring on christian roy. The two guys who introduced me to this movie and two so much else the movies pink floyd's nineteen seventy-two concert documents film live at pompeii. And although it's a concert film there really is no audience side from the basic film crew this was filmed the actual roman amphitheatre in pompeii italy despite its somewhat history. There's multiple versions out there. There's a director's cut. There are other cuts that are loaded with other pink floyd performances and have nothing to do with the live at pompeii concert. The film actually is incredibly influential. And if you've never seen it before and you can somehow track down a copy. It's worth checking out. Because a lot of the ways in which the band was filmed the use of tracking shots. The visible lighting. It's really influential. It's been it's been a bunch of other music videos and concert documentaries over the years. The beastie boys did a video. That is inspired. By this david gilmour has returned to pompeii recorded a more recent concert there so it's a pretty influential music documentary and it's a very specific paint floyd just before their lives. Were about to change because the album metal was just about to come out and that's some of the music that they're performing live at pompeii and then they were also at the same time. Working on what would become dark side of the moon. So you're catching this band kind of at a crossroads and etta juncture where everything is about to be different in their lives. That's something i really relate to because that's what really took place in my life after watching live pompeii with chris. Chris roy in one thousand nine hundred five. I was coming off. I think my freshman year in high school. I was really kind of drift is could had some friends. I i had a life at home. I i was working but i never found it very easy fitting into my high school or the town that my mom and i lived in until i met chris and roy on this one day so to lure them into doing this episode a deployed a little of the pink floyd attention to mystery detail. I asked chris roy for their mailing addresses. I told them to expect something in the mail. I wouldn't tell them. What was it turns out the dvd's pretty hard to get by dvd's of live at pompeii from germany and have them sent to christian roy and when they opened the package they got a little slip of paper with a url printed on the one thing that you are to their browsers it took them to a secret video message that i recorded just for them so i haven't seen these guys in probably thirty years although we are in touch on social media so when they agreed to join me i was thrilled. I have so much appreciation and respect for these two people and while this episode or pink floyd may or may not speak directly to your high school life or experiences. If you do listen. I ask you.
Archeologists find intact ceremonial chariot near Pompeii
"I made your archaeological find in Pompeii. Fox is Sue Guzman reports. An ancient Roman chariot has been on Earth nearly intact in Italy's buried city of Pompeii officials with the ruins announcing Saturday that the four wheel processional carriage Was found parked in the portico of a stable, where the remains of three horses were previously discovered. Archaeologists calling it an exceptional discovery and a unique fi that has no parallel in Italy. Thus far, officials believe chariots such as this one were used for festivities, parades and possibly to carry brides to their new homes. Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 80 destroyed the ancient city of Pompeii, burying it in volcanic ash in preserving it for more than 2000
Archeologists find intact ceremonial chariot near Pompeii
"Know what you'll find in the ruins of an ancient city Officials at the Pompeii archaeological site in Italy say a ceremonial chariot has been found intact. Archaeologists, calling it an exceptional discovery and a unique find that has no parallel in Italy. Thus far, officials believe chariots such as this one were used for festivities, parades and possibly to carry brides to their new homes. Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 80 destroyed the ancient city of Pompeii, burying it in volcanic ash in preserving it for more than 2000 years.
Ancient ceremonial carriage uncovered by archaeologists near Pompeii
"In Italy have discovered an ornate Roman chariot near the ancient city of Pompeii. They believe the four wheeled carriage with bronze and 10 decorations would have been used for festivals or parades. It was uncovered nearest stable, where the remains of three horses in their harnesses were found three years ago.
A Victorious Transformation in Holborn
"The striking nine story victoria house in hoping is built in the neoclassical style and is complete with portland stone facades. It's actually described as being built in the neo. Grech style which was a neoclassical revival. Style of the mid. To late nineteenth century there was popularized during the reign of napoleon. the third reigned from eighteen. Fifty two to eighteen seventy the neo. Greg style was inspired by eighteenth century. Excavations at pompeii and lanier became popula. In the mid nineteenth century the style combined elements of the greco roman pump magician styles into richly eclectic bland.
"pompeii" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"Doing my research. There was a. You'd see some of the ferguson via images right what they filled with the cast so the preserve at one of them is dog. That had been chained. Probably pet. that just catching up time. Yeah and it was. It was also preserved. But it's like on its back and all land but e easy but yeah so it's in as you look at the stuff in where you're talking you can. It's so relatable doesn't feel like a normal town years. I know it feels and looks like it was cycle lakeland out. Yeah like deck like at noon on. What was the days logos will or october date. But yes of in seventy nine v yet really studying about. It really took me to that a little town I agree so decorated bronze drinking bowls known as patera weinfuss amflora which are tall skinny earth. Where jars and ceramic jars used for cooking stews and soups off found. Human bones were found to but most of these had already been sifted through when the when the city was founded. Seventeen hundred there were. They called the tonners. Yeah that went around china instead of trying to find stuff to sell. I'm sure back into. Archaeology was not super advanced so they were probably accidentally cutting through the whole. Yeah and then just like not being as careful as be with. Yeah yeah so. That advanced so food now. The story of pompeii can be told through ancient italian recipes and practices handed down from the kitchens of ancient pompeii. One of the most prolific foods found in the ancient remains of pompeii is brad at least thirty. Four bakeries have been found in. This ash covers city. It's not a huge. I was gonna say. Not that biggest. Thirty four bay. So so brad. And lots of other food was represented on the details of the frescoes and boss reliefs and he was saying i was. Don't really i think yeah. Yeah are sculptures..
"pompeii" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"And i'm sure he wasn't the only one but he was one of the more famous people he had marquee had provo fec riding a voice. He had exactly so while. Mount vesuvius destroyed this town with a single exclusion. Well the two days right the nineteen hours or so. Yeah yeah it. Also memorialize the tom and because it was preserved so beautifully we really have a clear window into what life was like during the time that the city was a hustle and bustle so cool. I na yeah so this was really cool to see from A food perspective because in fact pompeii was one of the first cities to launch the concept of modern catering. There were as many as eighty outside Snack bars offering refreshments to passers by as people walk. The streets during lunch breaks from work. Well they were called thermo paulius. Okay there pulling That's the name for a place where something hot soul to the thermos shermo. Thermo thermo podium. Yeah yeah yeah. yeah so. They were seen as quick spots to grab something to eat like street food. Yup food trucks and they were open to the roads. Therm up politic. Thermo polio's were open with huge openings out to the road so they were considered the first commercial establishments where prepared food be bought to enjoy. Yeah as restaurant like kia okay. So before that. There wasn't anything like that. Apparently able i mean what did they. Yeah the concept of like. I'll go to this place in. Have them cook. The food for eight is probably yeah new ash yet. Yeah so a typical thermo pull. Am consisted of a few rooms may be attached to a house often with stairs going to a second floor that maybe led to guestrooms historians have said so like a combo and restaurant or some say perhaps brothel many also. Because you know what you're selling us enjoyment. I mean wrapped up in some found on the remains like names of women on the walls so either they thought it was related to a brothel or some safeties. Read the names of slave girls who worked as barmaids. Okay in the restaurant style is downstairs. Be there could be both giving. There was distinctive masonry on the counter out in front to depict perhaps like a service counter bar where patrons would come and sit down There were earth and where jugs on the counter used to store dried foods like nuts and olives and this has been actually discovered like still still in the earth unware jar so this food is like you know two thousand years old. It's insane in there. Were circle holes cut out in the counter. used to store like hot food like a buffet. Buffet yeah it's a fame some stored wine so maybe think room temp wine storage pop Some excavations found complete jugs on the counter as well as kettle filled with water. There was water. Isn't that insane yet. With the lava lake evaporate. It be i think it would have. Maybe the kettle was such a design cajoled in such know that even if it kind of boiled the moisture within ray collect. Yeah yeah well imagine finding that. I can't even one hundred percent. one test. That water that with a microscope just raised the thermo pulling had shrines for the layers. They were household. Gods mercury god of commerce and bacchus the god of wine at as these were the most important gods for the industry shar for the police. This food the food industry. And just recently i think a lot of a sal- like on facebook or whatever the article going around of a pump pan thermopylae lamb containing eight dollah. These are those large thin. Were vessels used for storage of foods just recently at like a newer Was uncovered there still ex..
"pompeii" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"And i'm lesley and off a registered yoga instructor and today we are super excited to talk about Pump pay yes and the mount vesuvius. What sort of the destruction of the volcano left behind. yes right. yeah it's crazy right. I mean i. I know but i don't know i think it was lost on me with all my other history stuff growing up or whatever so learning again about it in more detail was super cool. I had to say what. I love about this podcast. Of course you know it's ours. But what i love about. It is that we get to kind of experience in a different way than we'll be learned about it in school absolutely so i love doing the research. Yeah and researching things in already knew about but you kind of get a different perspective on it separate super one thing that i say my kids are like what are you doing that. Yeah kind of learning a little version of that. That's getting listened to you sometimes when you let them times. Yeah we're not talking about them up too much that we're all right. I won't give us a little back story in common. So the city upon pay is best known for the tragedy that befell it in seventy nine ad which was the eruption of mount vesuvius as a result of that deadly event. It is one of the most preserved archaeological sites Gives modern scientists and historians time capsule of sorts and it offers a glimpse into the daily lives of its inhabitants everyday goings on of those who lived nearly two thousand years ago so the city itself was built around six or seven th century bc and it was actually built on the ash and debris left behind by previous volcanic eruptions. They didn't know that. And the first settlers were the austrian people which are an indo or were in indo european ethno-linguistic group Who were descendants of companyas neolithic inhabitants. So companion is considered an administrative area in italy. so it's like a retard region and pompeii falls within that region. So it'd be. People were overthrown by sam nights which was also a fellow. Italic speaking tribe Somewhere around the fifth century..
Ancient Pompeii Food To Go: Entire Stall Excavated
"Floodwaters have uncovered an ancient fast food restaurant and destroyed ancient city of Pompeii and amazingly well preserved 2000 year old food bar. You could call it the fast food eatery of its day has been fully excavated by a flood in Pompeii, Italy there, dozens of others discovered in the ancient Roman city, but this is the first fully uncovered. It's got an l shaped counter with still vividly colored paintings of a red rooster, a horse and some upside down duck. So the front on the top wide holes for deep vessels of hot food. A fragment of a duck bone was found inside one of the containers and remains from goats, Fish
Archaeologists unearth ancient "snack bar" in Pompeii
"Say they've uncovered somewhat of an ancient snack bar in the ruins of Pompeii. Cameron Fairchild has the story. It's called a thermal Polian, the shop where hot food was sold. Archaeologists have dug up containers with traces of pork, fish, snails and beef, which would have been served. Here. They also revealed frescoes of animals likely sold at the shop, including ducks and a rooster. Scientists are now analyzing items found in the shop, including the skeleton of a dog and several sets of human bones.
Trump downplays massive cyberattack while Pompeo blames Russia
"The Trump Administration is accusing Russia of carrying out a massive cyberattack against government and private sector. Computer networks. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Russia was pretty clearly behind the grave cyber attack against the US He's the first administration official to publicly tie the Kremlin to the widespread intrusion. Russia has said it had nothing to do with the hacking. And President Trump complained on Twitter that news organizations suspected Moscow But Pompeii hotels talk show host Mark Live in this was a very significant effort and the U. S. Believes Moscow was responsible.
Trump downplays Russia in first comments on cyberattack
"President trump is contradicting his secretary of state over who's behind that extensive cyber attack in a pair of tweets president trump suggests without evidence that China not Russia may be responsible for the attack in his first comments on the breach trump scoffed at the focus on the Kremlin and downplayed the intrusions the government cyber security agency has warned they pose a grave risk to government and private networks and secretary of state Mike Pompeii said Friday that Russia was pretty clearly behind the cyber attack it's not clear exactly what the hackers were seeking but experts say it could include nuclear secrets blueprints for advanced weaponry covered nineteen vaccine research or information for dossiers on government and industry leaders Ben Thomas Washington
Pompeo says Russia 'pretty clearly' behind cyberattack on US
"Secretary of state Mike Pompeii says Russia which pretty clearly behind the greatest cyber attack against the U. S. on record Pompeo says investigators are still unpacking precisely what it is but he called the attack on U. S. government and private sector computer networks a very significant effort and says it wants the Russians that engaged in this activity Pompey was the first administration official to publicly tied the Kremlin to the attack president trump has kept silent it's not clear exactly what the hackers were seeking but experts say it could include nuclear secrets blueprints for advanced weaponry covert nineteen vaccine research and information for dossiers on key government and industry leaders Russia says it had nothing to do with the hack Ben Thomas Washington
"pompeii" Discussed on KOMO
"Continue to operate Pompeii says some twenty seven thousand people have been repatriated so far but it's getting tougher you're listening to ABC news stay connected stay informed como mid day mostly cloudy skies forty one in downtown Seattle at ten oh two good morning I'm the only only for Tom alter your top stories now from the call twenty four seven news center well the race is on for researchers to develop a vaccine for covert nineteen but until that happens scientists and disease experts at the university of Washington or looking into treatments to fight it com was curling Johnson reports the first study will research the effects of an experimental drug called ram does appear first used as a possible treatment for Ebola but then they found out it showed promise for treatment of sars and mers it's been tried in China and now comes the clinical trial here Dr Helen she was an infectious disease expert and researcher at the university of Washington just as coming up with treatment options even as vaccine development continues will save lives even now we're starting to understand what exactly is a is a good antibody but then to be able to pull that out and then to make large quantities of monoclonal antibodies and then to run that through a clinical trial is several months away the second part of the study too isn't rolling adults who were diagnosed as positive for covert nineteen as they look at the muted response of those who recovered against those who did not curling Johnson come one is two hundred and seventeen people have died from the corona virus that has brought our state to a standstill that is common as Brian Kelberg reports an influx of new information is brought the state's reporting system to its knees too a spokesperson for the Washington department of health says they're getting so many test results and death reports their system cannot keep up the state website where you go to find the latest totals hasn't been updated since the weekend because it's just overwhelmed speaking of being overwhelmed we're starting to hear from smaller counties like schedule which reports twenty one percent of its covert tests are coming back positive well I think we always have to worry when we're seeing more cases and when we're seeing a higher rate of positives of course we have to take that very seriously Dr Keith Jerome at the university of Washington says there could be another explanation the smaller K. Saudis may only be giving the test of those with symptoms what's hard to know is whether that explains everything that we're seeing are whether in fact there is more to see if he's there a glimmer of hope to report the number of people statewide being hospitalized for the corona virus went down last week the first time that's happened here since the pandemic began Brian Calvert komo news still ahead free housing while the crisis last encore would hate Seattle's call to suspend all rent and mortgage payments at channel four como traffic every ten minutes on the force here's Kiara Jordan we have just one blocking crash right now and that's in Silverdale area that's been a long term problem it's close provost road between.
"pompeii" Discussed on KOMO
"Mike Pompeii of on a vacation mixture of arrogance and it kind of seems like these two diplomats have developed a personal rivalry along with whatever their state policies are that they're trying to uphold again why the administration is doing that right now is is really anybody yeah you do have critics saying you know the focus again should be on de escalating the situation and that with this really does is that it makes the situation worse because there is no dialogue taking place the reset that Americans are barring him from attending the you and because they're afraid of the truth that that's why they don't want to come and compare did talk about three of wanting to go on a on a propaganda to war so the rhetoric there between the two countries definitely do you typically based on Capitol Hill and members of Congress have been very loud in the last couple of days expecting to be briefed on the reasons why the U. S. assassinated Qassem Soleimani in the first place are they going to get their wish yes they are the leading of aid is being briefed at today do you do to get access to that classified intelligence that was reportedly part of the reason the president decided to take out a year on top commander cut then pulling money in that we know that tomorrow the full house in the full Senate will also get a is that then it is classified briefings and get access to that information as well we're expecting at apple Pompeii and Millie to all be part of those three things the season is delicate terror with us on come on news N. S. thank you this call was Taylor band size and let's get over to bill sports for a check on what's going on over the Harley exterior sports center some people want more cowbell high what more beast mode in the sea hawks game on Sunday about that action boss well so far it's been limited action for Marshawn Lynch since returning to Seattle he did find the end zone in Sunday's wildcard victory in Philadelphia could we see more number twenty four against Green Bay will play more of a more this weekend and he's ready to and he's had enough time with us and and he feels confident about what he's doing and and the plan we can get a man out of there and and the have you know how those two guys really go out of my opinion Lynch has been better than I thought it would be coach Pete Carroll takes the sea hawks to Lambeau field for an M. B. F. C. divisional contests kickoff three forty on Sunday the New York football giants and the patriots Sir I've come to terms with Joe judging assistant for New England to be the head coach in G. town Baylor's Matt rule appears to be the next head coach of the Carolina Panthers and that US airstrike killing a top Iranian general has had an impact on sports in the Middle East get this the American men's soccer team was to have trained all month for dole high Qatar now they moved their soccer camp to Florida ten European countries continue to training Qatar host of the twenty twenty two World Cup sport to ten of forty after bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies como news or reverberations continue bill thank you for that update for forty one will have the latest on the rocket attack on the Iraqi base housing American military personnel coming up also check on your ride home traffic all straight ahead this is como news attention.
"pompeii" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Pompeii in that comment meanwhile today Pompeii held a press conference to say action was taken for the safety of Americans because of multiple pieces of information a local police chase ends with one arrest Haley handsome reports Ellen PT's narcotics unit was attempting to stop a Dodge ram pickup truck near outer loop in Jefferson Boulevard police say the truck was driving a radically before eventually stopping on fern valley road and I sixty five the driver then jumped out of the truck and fled the scene on foot thanks to the help of a police helicopter the suspect was located and taken into custody a short time later narcotics were recovered from the scene and charges against the suspect are pending he Lee Hanson news radio eight forty WHAS today marks the first day of the twenty twenty legislative session lawmakers can being in Frankford under new democratic governor any Bashir some big issues that will be on the table include sports betting vaping and medical marijuana the main task for state lawmakers is to pass a two year budget in December former governor Matt Bevin administration said Kentucky is facing a one point one billion dollar shortfall this year will propose a budget in late January they're calling it love at first bite the girl scouts are out with their latest cookie creation more from John who it better than ten minutes say it ain't so scan one to ten I will take ten the girl scouts are out with their latest cookie creation called the lemon up ten year old Allison who will be selling them describes the taste this way like very lemony in Mary in hard at the same time although thin mints samoas and tag alongs remain their best sellers the girl scouts believe demand for the lemon up will be strong John he with Detroit your next news update as of four I'm Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty WHAS Kentucky Ennis breaking news weather and traffic station I wonder why John Hewitt in Detroit is the reporter on Halloween bake those cookies and they're good they're really really fantastic really good this woman wants a well they're all gone out yet but the lemon ones are thrown in the I have coins in your car yes I think as you want to pump him in a parking meters right nope just just thrown in change when I get my pop Megan decker's here from the Humane Society you keep coins in your car from meters what about in the end you do that I used to but I always seen now to come up short on the coins in there some not sure where they're going I keep a baggie full them as well because I don't want to stick a credit card to meter just one more thing to get hacked exactly you know your card it is like a love song one is someone to hack the system when they have your numbers like this take my quarters in New York City when the new year flipped over the parking meters no longer took the cards from people and of course New York city's not kill anybody off the hook so they had to have money they had to have come up people like what cool I don't care it is like well you go here is the owner of a pizza parlor that apparently people were running in and then I guess using their debit card to get money or whatever they were doing and he's a little frustrated well here's people talk about the situation the mini me to didn't accept the card several cards we tried three or four different cards invalid car car now the loud markings gotten tougher all the time so not having to really pay by credit card makes it almost impossible now big time inconvenience right off the bat people just confuse coming in here trying to change and bills for call and not knowing if they can park they're just trying to come in and buy some pizza really but have a hard time you can park the car all day nonstop I swear to god I had to run out and go to the bank again get more quarters don't don't you love cranking new Yorkers they're the best they're cranky about everything I did like the balloons and the parade and then lies a day and a half it does not and it may what number is going to stick it where the sun don't shine in New York I don't know it is just so funny but around here what would happen in Louisville somebody would say to you I've got a quarter here you go or whatever.
"pompeii" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Pompeii always trying to Stonewall the impeachment investigation the chairs of the house foreign affairs intelligence and oversight committee say that Pompeii always intimidating witnesses in the impeachment inquiry they say that's a legal and it constitutes evidence of obstruction they also say that if Pompeii was listening in on the phone call between president trump and Ukraine president so let's keep that prompted the whistle blower complaint he's also a witness to the inquiry earlier today Pompeii objected to the committee's efforts to obtain depositions from five current and former state department officials as part of that inquiry bill rate cop CBS news Capitol Hill and four oh six secretary Pompeii is also claiming up in Rome when asked about the probe this happened as he was given a surprise gift after meeting with leaders here in row Mike Pompeii oh god handed a chunk of cheese fine Italian parmesan producer who infiltrated the press. a protest against terrorists president trump is threatening against your if you have any comment on reports here on the July twenty fifth call with a pay refused to answer a reporter's question about whether or not he was in on trump's phone call with the Ukraine president when trump allegedly asked for help in getting dirt on the son of democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden Meghan Williams ABC news Rome well some former presidential candidates are starting to weigh in on the impeachment inquiry and the twenty twenty election as well as appearing on ABC's Good Morning America today was Hillary Clinton but I hope the Democrats will do is not only proceed in a very deliberate way on the impeachment inquiry but tell the American people what they've accomplished they passed legislation on gun safety improving health flooring prescription.
"pompeii" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Pompeii oh, continuing his Mideast tour. He's in Egypt. But the focus remains on the US troop withdrawal from Syria. Speaking in Cairo, Mike Pompeo, saying the US is committed to defeating ISIS, even as American troops. Withdraw from Syria America will not retreat until the terrified is over. He said the US is a force for good in the Middle East. But other countries must do more. We ask every peace-loving nation in the Middle East to shoulder new responsibilities for defeating Islamic extremism wherever we find it. Tom attacking the Obama administration's Middle East policies as misguided saying, they embolden Iran, Simon allied, folks news, Las Vegas. Police. One soccer star Cristiano Renaldo do provide a DNA sample as they investigated Nevada woman's accusation that she was raped by the Thirty-three-year-old in his Vegas hotel, penthouse in two thousand nine his attorney says any sex between the clients and the woman was consensual Canadian scientists say they've discovered. Some interesting radio signals from space. Astronomers using a telescope in British Columbia, Canada, say they've detected what could be radio waves emanating from a spot measure to be two and a half billion light years away from planet earth the team from the Canadian hydrogen intensity mapping experiment published. Their findings this week in the British science journal nature. The scientists recorded thirteen distinct pulses known as fast radio bursts or F r B's this past summer, and before that noted more than fifty examples of the phenomenon of which the origin remains a mystery Eban Brown. Fox News Senator Bernie Sanders today. Apologizing to women who have said they were harassed by male supervisors while working on his two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. The Vermont independent said on Capitol Hill that the alleged misconduct by mail aids is unacceptable, and he apologized to the women. I'm rich Denison. And this is Fox News..