¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 (on the side towards the sea) or rather in the enclosure where a spot of ground thirty or forty rods long and about half as wide, has been excavated to a depth of about forty feet, in order to reach the ground floor and street of this part of the ancient city.
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Through the centre of this excavation, running back into the country towards Pompeii, is a narrow street, the only one yet uncovered (beginning in the right hand lower corner of the photography while the houses on the hill beyond, towards Pompeii, belong to the present city of Resina) The street is about eight feet wide and on each side of it is a side walk raised a foot, about five feet wide each, all paved with stone-
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 On the right side of the road the walls, now standing, are generally only three or four feet high- All interest centers in the ruins on the left where the walls are one and two stories high.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 The first building we enter, is through large arch ways below the level of the street which is supposed to have been then upon the immediate shore of the sea while the sea is now a quarter of a mile away. In three lower rooms we are shown prisoners dungeons, an immense stone oven for making their soup, a block where their necks were amputated. Then up stairs, a little farther on we reach the house of Aristides (so says the Knowledgy [sic] guide) a large building with many bed-