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  • erupted. Before this historic eruption, toxic fumes covered Pompeii. The citizens of Pompeii had no idea what was happening. Ashfalls forced buildings to
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  • The last Day of Pompeii by Karl Briullov, The State Russian Museum.
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  • Dice players. Roman fresco from the Osteria della Via di Mercurio (VI 10,1.19) in Pompeii.
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  • 1930) to the explosive Plinian eruptions, including the one that destroyed Pompeii and killed thousands of people in 79 AD." In the diagram on the right
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  • c) churches d) football stadiums 3)When was Pompeii covered? 4)What can you learn from the city of Pompeii? a) How to milk a cow b) What life was
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  • Volcanic activity includes an explosive Plinian eruption that destroyed Pompeii and killed thousands of people in 79 AD. 11. Which geological phenomena
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  • Volcanic activity includes an explosive Plinian eruption that destroyed Pompeii and killed thousands of people in 79 AD. 11. Which geological phenomena
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  • The Journal of the British Archaeological Association 11 (1855) 144-49. Pompeii lens (plano-convex) excavations of the Via Stabia "House of the Engraver"
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  • Laurence and A. Wallace-Hadrill, eds., Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and Beyond. Portsmouth, 1997. Garnsey, P. Famine and Food Supply in the
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  • lesson plans outlining the course that may be consumed at will. Guides to Pompeii, Herculaneum and Hadrian's wall, outlining their relevancy and points of
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  • The last Day of Pompeii by Karl Briullov.
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  • This wall painting found in the Roman city of Pompeii is an example of a primary source.
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  • Somma-Vesuvius complex had an explosive Plinian eruption that destroyed Pompeii and killed thousands of people in 79 AD. 11. Which geological phenomena
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  • or No, Mount Vesuvius had an explosive Plinian eruption that destroyed Pompeii and killed thousands of people in 79 AD. 11. Which geological phenomena
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