Which public activity occurs in this location?
Worshipping the gods
Which temple is this?
The Temple of Jupiter
The Temple of Isis
The Temple of Apollo
The Temple of Vespasian
What is this structure, and where is it located?
An altar in the Temple of Vespasian
An altar in the Temple of Apollo
A thermopolium in Pompeii
An altar outside of a Pompeiian palaestra
What is the name given to this structure?
What activity most commonly occurred at the previous structure in Question 4?
Rituals involving household gods
Worship of the reigning Roman Emperor
Storage of valuables belonging to the family
Ceremonies involving only women of the household
What feature of this figure suggests that this may be the body cast of a slave?
The figure has been left unburied
The figure is in a position of submission
The figure is lying face down in the debris.
The figure is chained at the ankles
Which archaeologist developed the technique that created the plaster casts seen in Question 6?
What were the responsibilities of the position of aedile?
The administration of the city in an emergency situation
The holding of the census and the overseeing of public morality
The regulation of markets and the maintenance of the roads
The administration of justice and the overseeing of public funds
By which process was this food preserved?
Which set of sources has been found in Pompeii but not in Herculaneum?
Theatres, workshops, taverns
Public baths, fulleries, bakeries
A forum, electoral graffiti, tombs
Villas, temples, gladiatorial graffiti