Vesuvius and the First Pompeii

One of the world's deadliest volcanoes, Mount Vesuvius erupted 2000 years ago, burying the town of Pompeii. The discovery of this devastated town offered a well-preserved snapshot of life during Roman times. But now archeologists have found that Vesuvius also erupted 1800 years earlier, with the same devastating results. This time, they found a Bronze Age village, buried in ash, frozen in time.
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Overview

Vesuvius is one of the worlds deadliest volcanoes. 2000 years ago, it erupted, burying the town of Pompeii. The discovery was incredible. But now archeologists have found that Vesuvius also erupted 1800 years earlier, with the same devastating results. A bronze age village, frozen in time.

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Vesuvius and the First Pompeii

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Vesuvius And The First Pompeii

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One of the world's deadliest volcanoes, Mount Vesuvius erupted 2000 years ago, burying the town of Pompeii. The discovery of this devastated town offered a well-preserved snapshot of life during Roman times. But now archeologists have found that Vesuvius also erupted 1800 years earlier, with the same devastating results. This time, they found a Bronze Age village, buried in ash, frozen in time.

53 min