Archaeologists uncover corpse of Roman staff officer at Pompeii desk

“They kept cranking out papyrus scrolls while the world literally burned."

By Bull Winkle

NAPLES, Italy — The remarkable discovery of the remains of a Roman soldier buried in ash from the first century Mount Vesuvius eruption offers evidence that staff work has been a literal killer for nearly 2,000 years, acc…

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