Thanks to the holograms technic adopted to the archaeological research. It’s possible to tell History through the objects: thanks to a refraction of the projected light, we can admire some of the jewels and valuables found in the excavations.
The excavations directed by Giuseppe Maggi in 1980 revealed that the inhabitants of the ancient Herculaneum, coming the devastating eruption, didn’t flee towards Naples, but they huddled close together in the boathouses on the beach exactly in the beach.
Human relics were found perfectly preserved. They were men and women bones of any social classes, who rushed clutching their money, objects and jewelry.
Vesuvian women preferred golden jewels and the gold-working art was a prominent activity of the previous year before the eruption.
Jewelry increased in production owing to consolidation of trades in Orient, from which they imported precious stones and gems.