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Pompeii May Be A Disaster (Again), But Herculaneum Is A Success
"Compared with its better-known Vesuvian neighbor, Pompeii, where local officials, constrained by inadequate and mismanaged government funds, have long struggled in their efforts to conserve and protect the sprawling open-air site - and even to prevent the periodic and well publicized collapse of walls - Herculaneum has become a textbook case of successful archaeological conservation." The New York Times 11/15/12
Posted November 15, 2012 12:46 AM




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