<div>Edibles & Potables: Bills of fare for Pompeii’s last meals (with bonus aphrodisiacs)</div>
“In the ancient Greco-Roman world, a thermopolium (plural thermopolia), from Greek θερμοπώλιον (thermopōlion), i.e. cook-shop, literally ‘a place where (something) hot is sold’, was a commercial establishment where it was possible to purchase ready-to-eat food.” Photo credit Many such thermopolia have been uncovered since archeological ...Read more