AD 79

AD 79

The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD was one of the most catastrophic volcanic eruptions in European history. Historians have learned about the eruption  Volcano ‎: ‎ Mount Vesuvius.
View AD79 in a larger map the Vesuvian eruption, a virtual guide book, if you like, for the Campanian towns that were destroyed that day in late summer AD79.
Eye witness account of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, 79 AD.

AD 79 - official

Some of the archaeological evidence from Pompeii does suggest that the town may likely have been buried about two or three months later. These two falls were the Plinian phase. Try our mobile Android app. Seneca, a historian, recorded that the quakes lasted for several days and also heavily damaged the town of Herculaneum and did minor damage to the city of Naples before subsiding. Because the city was buried so quickly by volcanic ash, the site is a well-preserved snapshot of life in a Roman city. AD 79 Archaeologists discovered the remains of four peopleincluding one teenage girl, in the ruins of a shop, according to a statement from the Soprintendenza Pompeithe Italian authority in charge of managing the ancient site. Vietnam War Washington changes policy on support for President Diem. What is left of AD 79 ancient city and will Vesuvius erupt again? Absorbed: Journals that are combined with another title. After staying overnight, the party was driven from the building by an accumulation of material, presumably tephrawhich threatened to AD 79 all egress. Why register for MyJSTOR?