A dead dog found in Pompeii  

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"A dead dog found in Pompeii"[1] is one of the dead bodies found at Pompeii.

It is a cast of a dog that archaeologists believe was chained outside the House of Vesonius Primus, a Pompeiian fuller.

It was photographed by Roberto Rive.



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