Rome (EMS). The ancient city of Pompeii in Italy was removed from the map by a volcanic eruption. But during excavations, archaeologists have discovered a room meant for slaves. A bed made on modern technology has also been found in this room which is at least 2 thousand years old.
The explorers have claimed that an exploration of this room could yield important information about the daily life of slaves and slaves in the Roman Empire. The city of Pompeii came under the Roman Empire. Archaeologists said that during the excavation of a villa made of lava ruins, they have found a narrow dormitory and storage room. The wooden beds found in this dormitory could be increased or decreased. These beds could be adjusted according to the size of the person sleeping on it. A wall without decoration has also been found in this room, in which there is a small window in the upper part.
Italy’s cultural minister Dario Franceschini called it an important discovery. They say that it tells about the daily life of the ancient city of Pompeii. He said the discovery was particularly relevant to a strata of society about which “very little is still known”. This room was discovered in a villa located in Civita Giuliana, a suburb of Pompeii. In January from this villa, archaeologists found the remains of a ceremonial chariot. This chariot was used for weddings or special occasions in Roman cities. It had beautiful carvings on it. This chariot made of wood was also filled with different colors. In those days more than two horses were used to pull it.
According to The Telegraph, searchers have found three such beds made of girl in this room. Two of which are about six feet and one a little over four feet tall. This indicates that a family may have lived in this room with their child. Gabriel Zuchtrigel, director of the Pompeii Archaeological Park, said that we can imagine the servants, slaves who worked in the area and slept here at night.