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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Case Studies In order to explore further the issues raised above, let us examine five archaeological sites that are particularly well known for evidence concerning daily life,&nbsp;both from the Old World and the New. With our Old&nbsp;World examples, we shall proceed in reverse chronological order, from later to earlier.\n \nPompeii\n \nPompeii, near Naples (Italy), is justly famous for its rich evidence for daily life. This provincial Roman city,&nbsp;founded in the late sixth century BC, was destroyed in&nbsp;AD 79 by the eruption of the volcano Vesuvius, buried&nbsp;under volcanic pumice and ash (see Volcanism and&nbsp;Archaeology). Despite some salvage, looting, and sporadic occupation, the city was never dug out and reinhabited. to the building materials of stone,&nbsp;brick, and concrete, the architectural fabric of the&nbsp;city did not disintegrate, but remained remarkably&nbsp;well preserved, offering us an unparalleled glimpse&nbsp;into Roman city life in the late Republic and ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Case Studies In order to explore further the issues raised above, let us examine five archaeological sites that are particularly well known for evidence concerning daily life,&nbsp;both from the Old World and the New. With our Old&nbsp;World examples, we shall proceed in reverse chronological order, from later to earlier.\n \nPompeii\n \nPompeii, near Naples (Italy), is justly famous for its rich evidence for daily life. This provincial Roman city,&nbsp;founded in the late sixth century BC, was destroyed in&nbsp;AD 79 by the eruption of the volcano Vesuvius, buried&nbsp;under volcanic pumice and ash (see Volcanism and&nbsp;Archaeology). Despite some salvage, looting, and sporadic occupation, the city was never dug out and reinhabited. to the building materials of stone,&nbsp;brick, and concrete, the architectural fabric of the&nbsp;city did not disintegrate, but remained remarkably&nbsp;well preserved, offering us an unparalleled glimpse&nbsp;into Roman city life in the late Republic and ') AND id != 89538 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-09 03:25:55' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5