Well-Preserved Brain Cells Recovered From Victim of Vesuvius


Well-Preserved Brain Cells Turned to Glass

Health Editor’s Note: When Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD the pyroclastic surge boiled the blood and exploded the skulls of some of the residents of Herculaneum. A new study believes the matter taken from one of the unlucky resident’s skull resemble neurons which are the cells of the brain. Preserved ancient brain tissue is rare….Carol



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