A short story from
T Is for Time Travel
Clive’s DNA analysis of a 2000-year-old fossil from ancient Pompeii becomes an unexpected paternity test when he discovers the remains belong to his daughter.
In ancient Pompeii, the bakeries had to make their own flour. To do so, they had large stone mills inside the bakery. In this picture you can see exactly what they were like from an unearthed site in Pompeii.
This was the image that inspired me to think about Clivius' daughter. Just imagine her with a loaf of bread on her lap. These casts are eerily realistic. Click the image to learn more about them.