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The Ancient Egyptians Who Lived And Died In Pompeii | Egyptian Secrets At Pompeii | Absolute History

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  • čas přidán 9. 01. 2024
  • Discover the history & treasures of ancient Egyptians who lived in Pompeii in the shadow of mount Vesuvius. Under Roman rule by the 30BC, Egypt began transmitting spoils of war and new materials such as glass, papyrus, minerals and ores to Rome. This conquest and influx of goods sparked a new fascination with ancient Egyptian culture with Romans now incorporating Egyptian art, architecture and religion into their own lives.
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Komentáře • 32

  • @JohnTrasher
    @JohnTrasher Před měsícem +77

    I was in Pompeji once and had to laugh at a house entrance's floor mosaik : "cave canem" (beware of the dog)... humans were the same back then like today :D

    • @jessicaavery1080
      @jessicaavery1080 Před měsícem +2

      The more things change, the more they stay the same

    • @sammansfield21
      @sammansfield21 Před měsícem +7

      Or change...went from paper bags for groceries to plastic bags and now, either paper bags or pricey reusable ones...glass milk bottles to plastic, and some companies are bringing back glass (or a more "eco friendly" plastic)

    • @taylorandre9683
      @taylorandre9683 Před měsícem

      RIP ANNE FRANK

  • @florevanderbaan7969
    @florevanderbaan7969 Před měsícem +26

    This guy is gonna have me punctuating banger stories at the club by just walking away for dramatic effect 😅

    • @Shortcake8399
      @Shortcake8399 Před měsícem

      I knew I couldn't be thinking the same thing about his walk🤣

  • @ScotchBingeington42
    @ScotchBingeington42 Před měsícem +17

    Tell us of the past, Daywalker.

  • @MCC4RTHY1
    @MCC4RTHY1 Před měsícem +10

    One place I want to visit before I pass. Thank you for reigniting this dream

  • @lukesguywalker
    @lukesguywalker Před měsícem +8

    lol I love the punctuating walkoffs!

  • @jackienash606
    @jackienash606 Před měsícem +1

    Fun little voice-over moment with Stephanie Jarvis for all the Chateau Diaries fans out there!

  • @kellyhawes9293
    @kellyhawes9293 Před měsícem +7

    As always, a fabulous documentary Curtis!❤

  • @laceyscrochet
    @laceyscrochet Před měsícem +5

    Curtis Ryan Woodside is THE absolute best at delivering anything to do with Ancient Egypt bar none!!! Brilliant 👌💜🇬🇧

  • @jnmc2498
    @jnmc2498 Před měsícem

    Just read about the Etruscans role in building Pompeii… so interesting to get another point of view added with this video.

  • @potato-._
    @potato-._ Před měsícem +4

    cool

  • @moladhdodhia164
    @moladhdodhia164 Před měsícem +2

    The Exhibit is in Chicago now.

  • @markharding7837
    @markharding7837 Před měsícem +2

    Fun little tidbit. In Greek mythology. When Typhon attacked Mount Olympus. A number of the gods ended up fleeing to Egypt. Perhaps a case of correlation or causation? Who are who's to say!?

  • @alexisdespland4939
    @alexisdespland4939 Před měsícem

    how old is the egytian painting dose it predate the rise of rome.

  • @yerabbit6333
    @yerabbit6333 Před měsícem +2

    Great doc, I really like the presenter. But anyone else find the music distracting? Settle down, horn section.

  • @rai1879
    @rai1879 Před měsícem +5

    So excited to see Curtis ❤

  • @joaocorreia524
    @joaocorreia524 Před 18 dny

    Interesting use of eye liner. With long hair too hmm.

  • @Moonpearl121
    @Moonpearl121 Před měsícem +2

    You didn't mention slavery. Could some of the Egyptian objects come from slaves who bought their freedom and then brought in objects from their homeland? Or even set up trading companies with Egypt?

  • @ch00ch002u
    @ch00ch002u Před měsícem

    The CRW videos I've seen are not that interesting. It's more like a guided tour of seemingly random artifacts that are tied by location. Instead, the narration needs to tell a central story (e.g. a rivalry, a cataclysm, an uprising, a tyrant). Stories have characters that we can relate to or despise. He's certainly got the enthusiasm and the knowledge. But without a recurring theme, it's really hard to learn anything (unless you have photographic memory); every name is heard once, then forgotten.

  • @ET3Roberts
    @ET3Roberts Před měsícem

    @11:10, ancient dong

  • @IKE405
    @IKE405 Před měsícem +1

    Nope. Can’t do it

  • @wisdom1611
    @wisdom1611 Před měsícem +2

    Jude 1:7 “Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.”

  • @DJL78
    @DJL78 Před měsícem +2

    Sorry, I just can’t with this guy. His breathy delivery of dialogue is creepy. His facts are wrong and he looks like a weird Vegas magician.

    • @MrHat556
      @MrHat556 Před měsícem +1

      Have to agree with you, not sure if this is an attempt as a documentary or something else. Was really keen on hearing about the Egyptian element more.

    • @TBSxDRUMS
      @TBSxDRUMS Před měsícem +2

      Can you give more perspective as to the factual element you mention? The documentary seemed mostly to be speculation based on bits of available evidence rather than delivering solid, undisputable facts everyone already knows. More like an exploration of interesting possibilities that are neither proven nor disproven, which I think is a particular genre of documentary. Then again, I did watch this late last night while tired, so perhaps I missed something (and, alas, I am neither an Egyptologist nor an expert on Pompeii...) As for the presenter, that's merely subjective as I found the delivery and aesthetic to be perfectly fine. I thought the look was a nice nod to ancient cosmetics like kohl and Mesdemet! I am, however, concerned about objective facts!

    • @1keryl
      @1keryl Před 26 dny

      ​@TBSxDRUMS Well said.