A 2,000-year-old fresco found in Pompeii depicts a Pizza

Archaeological Park of Pompeii Archaeological Park of Pompeii

A still life fresco resembling a pizza was found among the ruins of ancient Pompeii. The fresco, which dates back 2,000 years, emerged during excavations in the Regio IX area of Pompeii’s archaeological park, which is close to Naples, the birthplace of pizza. The painting was on a wall in what is believed to have been the hallway of a home that had a bakery in its annex. The fresco appears to depict a round focaccia bread on a


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