The Ancient Roman city of Pompeii, which was buried by a volcanic eruption in 79 AD, was famous for its Garum, the very popular pungent and strong smelling fish sauce, and also to a lesser degree it’s wine. While there were some good wines made there, the philosopher Pliny said that drinking Pompeii wines was likely to do what?

Answer: Give you a hangover until midday the following day.

Source: Pompeii – The Life of a Roman Town by Mary Beard

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