Friday, 1 November 2019

You can continue to use

Well the Brexit deadline of 31st October came and went. 

The good news is that we have found a solution that will allow the continued use of now and long into the future unaffected by Brexit.

We will update you if anything changes in the future but we believe the issue is sorted once and for all.

We wish our .eu users many happy hours and years on

Jackie and Bob

Wednesday, 18 September 2019 users and Brexit

If the UK leaves the EU with no deal on 31st October

If you are using and the UK leaves the EU with no deal on 31st October the EU will arbitrarily close down all .eu websites registered with UK postal addresses, like ours, on 1st January 2020.

This is because a web site registered for a UK citizen with a UK address will no longer be allowed.

As we are two pensioners with only one home, in the UK, we do not have access to an EU address/subsidiary.

From the 1st January will stop working

Normally we would automatically redirect you to one of our other sites but if is not working neither will any redirection.

This will not help you if you find us via an existing search engine link as you will be told the site does not exist and denied access.

We are powerless to do anything about this petty, farcical state of affairs.

What can you do?

All we can suggest is that you start to use or instead and change any browser bookmarks.

If you have a published reference or bookmark with in it, the simplest way to deal with it is to change the eu to org (or eu to com/pompeiiinpictures).

If the UK has a deal

The same issue still arises but the site will be closed down after a year or so, whatever is the Brexit deal transition period.

Our apologies

We know a lot of you in Europe use

Please accept our apologies for this situation which is not of our making and we hope you continue to find pompeiiinpictures as valuable as you have in the past.

If you have an ideas on how to better tackle this problem we would welcome any input.

Jackie and Bob

Tuesday, 16 July 2019

Villa dei Papiri Exhibition 

Buried by Vesuvius: Treasures from the Villa dei Papiri
at the Getty Villa, June 26-October 28, 2019

Thursday, 13 June 2019

News from the Getty Conservation Institute

Public Programs

The Future of the Past at Herculaneum

Getty Villa
Thursday, June 27, 2019, at 7:30 pm

Francesco Sirano, director of the Archaeological Park of Herculaneum (PA-ERCO), discusses the past, present, and future of the site buried by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in AD 79. Excavated in 1738, a decade before nearby Pompeii, Herculaneum presents challenges and opportunities different from its more famous neighbor. Sirano addresses exciting new finds, conservation issues, and recent efforts to boost public awareness and engagement.

Free. Advance ticket required.

Of related interested:
Conservation of the Architectural Surfaces in the Tablinum of the House of the Bicentenary, Herculaneum. This report details GCI's collaborative project with PA-ERCO and the Herculaneum Conservation Project on the conservation of the tablinum from 2011 through 2016.

Monday, 18 March 2019

Herculaneum Society scholarships

The Herculaneum Society is pleased to announce two scholarships of £1500 for registered postgraduate or postdoctoral students working on topics related to Herculaneum. One award will be for papyrology while the other can be on any topic. Deadline 23 April 2019; more details at .
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