By Jennie Hall
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Pompeians always burned the bodies of the dead. ZAVWSA00\Desktop\Guitar\21-02-08\26-0... 2008/03/17 BURIED CITIES, Part 1, Pompeii Page 38 of 78 THE AMPHITHEATER. Like other Roman towns, Pompeii had an amphitheater. Here twenty thousand people could come and watch the gladiators fight in pairs till one was killed. Then the dead body was dragged off, and another pair appeared and fought. Sometimes the gladiators were prisoners captured in war, like the famous Spartacus; sometimes they were slaves; sometimes criminals condemned to death.
At the back of the garden you can see a shrine to the household gods. At every meal a portion was set aside in little dishes for the gods. MOSAIC OF WATCH DOG. From the vestibule of the House of the Tragic Poet. " Pictures and patterns made of little pieces of polished stone like this are called mosaic. Sometimes American vestibules are tiled in a simple mosaic. 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.
With the columns and tables and statues that were found, this court has been built on the site of an old ruined villa. Flowers bloom and the fountain plays in it to-day just as they did over two thousand years ago. There are wall paintings in the shadows at the back. The little boys holding the ducks must look very much like Caius when he was a little boy. When he went to the farm in the hills for a hot summer, he had ducks to play with; here are statues to remind him, in the winter time, of what fun that was.
Buried Cities, Volume 1 - Pompeii by Jennie Hall