The Iron Streets of Pompeii: An Interactive Map


Juliana van Roggen/ May 18, 2015/ Fellows, Sandbox: The 5CollDH Blog

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With much pride and joy, I invite you to view one of the products of the research that Eric Poehler, Ben Crowther, and I have been conducting over the past year. My website, ironstreetsofpompeii.5colldh.org, brings the user through the streets of Pompeii to view many of the instances of iron used to repair and maintain the streets (as seen above). Accompanying the interactive map, I have supplied additional information about the project. Also, I would like to thank Mariel Nyröp for being an awesome web designer and for setting up this website for me.

 

So, please come explore the Iron Streets of Pompeii.

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