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English: Cast of the corpse of a slave (as evidenced by the manacles that remain on his ankles) recovered from the ruins of Pompeii, on display as part of the A Day In Pompeii exhibit at the Discovery Place science museum.
Photo taken with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50 in Charlotte, NC, USA.
Cropping and post-processing performed with The GIMP.
|Date||2009-01-01 18:14 -05 ISO 8601|
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|File change date and time||13:19, 2 January 2009|
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