Some Really Weird History Photos

Back into the history, people were little bit weird. They are taking pictures funny dressed, with some really strange people, and I wanna say thanks to all people who saved these pictures, and allow us to see them today. I think that most of people will agree with me about these pictures, and for those who are not agree with me, take a look, and be a judge. So, take a look, and enjoy.

Weird History1 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History2 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History3 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History4 Some Really Weird History Photos

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Weird History7 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History8 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History9 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History10 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History11 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History12 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History13 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History14 Some Really Weird History Photos

Weird History16 Some Really Weird History Photos

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Ancient Treasures Discovered During Metro Dig On Show In Rome

The long-delayed project to extend Rome’s subway system has brought treasures of the past to the surface and allowed them to be showcased at one of the city’s new subway stations.

Rome city officials this week unveiled the Metro C archaeological exhibit, which features amphora, marble panels, coins and even peach pits dating back to the Roman era.

The permanent exhibit will be on view as passengers descend into the three-story San Giovanni subway station, which is expected to open in 2018.

“For those who will use this metro — this station in particular — it’s a full immersion into the history of Rome and of this site,” said archaeologist Rossella Rea, who is in charge of the dig for the Italian government.

Ancient Treasures Discovered During Metro Dig On Show In Rome
Ancient Roman pottery is on display in the San Giovanni underground station of Rome’s brand new third metro line, Thursday, April 6, 2017. The metro station, set to open early next year, will double up as museum, boasting a display of archaeological remains brought to the surface during the new line’s excavation, that passengers will admire as they head to their trains. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Archaeologists said their surveys, which reached an unusually deep 20 meters (yards), indicated the site was once a huge farm. Peach pits, seashells and other organic remains have been found intact and are featured in the exhibit.

Ancient Treasures Discovered During Metro Dig On Show In Rome
Ancient Roman organic finds from the early and middle imperial period are on display in the San Giovanni underground station of Rome’s brand new third metro line, Thursday, April 6, 2017. The metro station, set to open early next year, will double up as museum, boasting a display of archaeological remains brought to the surface during the new line’s excavation, that passengers will admire as they head to their trains. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Ancient Treasures Discovered During Metro Dig On Show In Rome
Ancient Roman baked clay tubes and lead pipes dated from the first century B.C. are on display in the San Giovanni underground station of Rome’s brand new third metro line, Thursday, April 6, 2017. The metro station, set to open early next year, will double up as museum, boasting a display of archaeological remains brought to the surface during the new line’s excavation, that passengers will admire as they head to their trains. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Ancient Treasures Discovered During Metro Dig On Show In Rome
Ancient Roman copper, bronze and silver coins dated from the third century B.C. are on display in the San Giovanni underground station of Rome’s brand new third metro line, Thursday, April 6, 2017. The metro station, set to open early next year, will double up as museum, boasting a display of archaeological remains brought to the surface during the new line’s excavation, that passengers will admire as they head to their trains. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Ancient Treasures Discovered During Metro Dig On Show In Rome
Ancient Roman artifacts are on display in the San Giovanni underground station of Rome’s brand new third metro line, Thursday, April 6, 2017. The metro station, set to open early next year, will double up as museum, boasting a display of archaeological remains brought to the surface during the new line’s excavation, that passengers will admire as they head to their trains. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Ancient Treasures Discovered During Metro Dig On Show In Rome
Ancient Roman artifacts are on display in the San Giovanni underground station of Rome’s brand new third metro line, Thursday, April 6, 2017. The metro station, set to open early next year, will double up as museum, boasting a display of archaeological remains brought to the surface during the new line’s excavation, that passengers will admire as they head to their trains. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Lines on the southeastern section of Metro C have been operational since 2015, while northern lines near the city center are still under construction. The project has been delayed for years by the repeated discovery of ancient underground treasures.

 

Source www.look4ward.co.uk