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Item #: SCP-3124

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-3124 is to be kept in a heavily secured 10m x 10m
containment cell with at least 30 cm of fireproofing material. The entrance is to be guarded by a remotely controlled turret. A device for covering the object's front face is to be installed and receive regular maintenance during general maintenance procedures of the object's cell. Maintenance on the containment cell is to be done bi-weekly. All personnel entering SCP-3124's containment cell must wear at least Class-A temperature- controlled, flame retardant suits. SCP-3124's front face must be covered completely before any personnel enter the object's containment chamber. The use of video/optical recording equipment within the containment cell is strictly prohibited. The monitoring of the object's cell is to be done via pressure sensors and laser detectors; the use of thermometers is also required. All visual recordings and artistic depictions of the object are strictly prohibited unless approved by the Dr. ███████ and at least 2 members of the O5 council. The viewing of any of the prohibited material by all personnel is not allowed with the exception of experimentation with D-Class personnel. In the case that an instance of SCP-3124-1 materializes, a breach status must be immediately enacted; all areas within a 5 km area of SCP-3124-1's path must be immediately evacuated and the Italian government must be immediately contacted and warned of the breach. Instances of SCP-3124-2 and SCP-3124-3 (with the exception of experimentation) are to be terminated without delay.

Description: SCP-3124 is a 2 by 2.5 meter piece of wall from the ancient city of Pompeii. A mural, depicting the 79 A.D. eruption of Mount Vesuvius that destroyed the ancient city of Pompeii, is painted on the object. The object appears to be smoldering through the many cracks within its structure; the average temperature of the object is 1346.7 Co. Attempts to suppress the burning have failed Carbon Dating of object dates it back to 70 A.D. to 80 A.D. with a sample of paint from the mural having the same results.

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