Scientists sequence genetic profile of Pompeian for 1st time


For the first time, a team of researchers managed to sequence the genome of a man who died 2,000 years ago in Pompeii, according to a fresh study.

In a study published on Thursday, scientists from the University of Copenhagen analyzed two Pompeians — a man and a woman — found inside a building in the ancient town that was destroyed and buried under ash by the eruption of the nearby Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.

The team said the man was between 35 and 40…

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