Monday, June 27

Pompeii: the “exceptional” chariot discovered by archaeologists in the Roman ruins

The ceremonial cart.


Experts believe that the float was used in ceremonies such as weddings.

A team of archaeologists has discovered a ceremonial chariot in Italy near the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii.

The 4-wheeled carriage was found near a stable where in 2018 the remains of three horses had already come to light.

Experts believe that the float was used at parties and parades.

Archaeologists have described the find as “exceptional” and noted that it is in an “excellent state of preservation.”

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