A victim from the 79AD eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Look at our victim, who covers their face away from the volcanic eruption which hit the town of Pompeii in 79AD. We can even see the rolls of his/her sleeve too- and the other victims excavated had been preserved by the volcanic ash which settled over them, so excavators in the 18th-19th centuries could see their exact place of fall and facial expressions.
Fiorelli, working in the 19th century, devised a technique which is still praised to this day. By using plaster of Paris to fill the cavities of the bodies, exact replicas of the fallen Pompeians were created, so that modern visitors could see exactly the families huddled together in their final moments with one another, or a dog straining from his chain, and so on. It truly makes an eerily, realistic, horror scene.