- Archaeologists discovered an ancient Roman food counter on December 26.
- Mount Vesuvius was kept underground when it erupted in AD 79.
- The ruins indicate that the ancient Romans could buy wine, goats, duck and other food.
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Archaeologists discovered an old fast food counter in the ruins of Pompeii, which shows that the taste has not changed much in the past 2000 years.
The site was first discovered in 2019 and was buried by the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. Excavation revealed that a hot food counter is equivalent to today̵
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This is how the ancient Romans enjoyed fast food.