A group relaxes over a glass of wine in this Pompeian wall painting. Treasures like this give us a wonderful insight into what life was like before the town was devastated in AD 79. Taken from the West Wall of the Triclinium in the bakery of the house of the chaste lovers. Photo M Larvey
Two Kemetic/Kushic priest at the Isis temple in Pompeii rome (Isis herculaneum frescoe). The image is not dated however the temple was destroyed in 79CE. It is safe to assume that this picture is much older. Before the advent of the Christian Era, the Roman invention of Christianity (Roman Catholicism) and the change over from Kemet to Rome being the spiritual center of that time period.
Pompeii ~ Etruscan fresco from the Villa of the Mysteries ~ The finest example of a suburban villa, renowned for its size and many wall paintings, especially the dining-room. The great frieze in the dining-room is the work of a Campanian artist of the 1st century B.C. under the influence of Greek painting related to the 'mystery' cult or a wife's initiation into the mysteries of Dionysus.