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Onan refused to fulfill his duty to provide an heir for his deceased brother.The passage is not about masturbation but about fulfilling a family obligation.“Heretofore archaeologists misinterpreted them as people struggling to breathe and believed they died suffocated by ashes,” Mastrolorenzo said.“Now we know that couldn’t be.” Because of the extreme heat, “when the pyroclastic surge hit Pompeii, there was no time to suffocate,” he said.About 2000 people were killed and the city was buried in a thick carpet of volcanic ash. Until now it’s been widely assumed that most of the victims were asphyxiated by volcanic ash and gas.The heat was so intense that many of the victims suffered sudden muscle contractions and were left frozen in a boxer-like, crouching pose: The famous lifelike poses of many victims at Pompeii—seated with face in hands, crawling, kneeling on a mother’s lap—are helping to lead scientists toward a new interpretation of how these ancient Romans died in the A. But a recent study says most died instantly of extreme heat, with many casualties shocked into a sort of instant rigor mortis. About three-quarters of the known Pompeii victims are “frozen in suspended actions” and show evidence of sudden muscle contractions, such as curled toes, the study says.
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A photograph purportedly showing the remains of a man who perished during the volcanic eruption that destroyed the Roman city of Pompeii in 79 A. was posted in July 2017 along with the caption “masturbating man”: Although this is a real — though slightly doctored — image showing a plaster cast of a man who perished in Pompeii, the juvenile caption caused many to second-guess the image’s authenticity.