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Vesuvius: Deadly Fury

Vesuvius is one of the worlds deadliest volcanoes. 2000 years ago, it erupted, burying the town of Pompeii. But now archeologists have found that Vesuvius also erupted 1800 years earlier.
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Vesuvius is one of the worlds deadliest volcanoes. 2000 years ago, it erupted, burying the town of Pompeii. But now archeologists have found that Vesuvius also erupted 1800 years earlier.

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Vesuvius: Deadly Fury

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Vesuvius: Deadly Fury

01: Vesuvius: Deadly Fury

On the 24th August 79 AD, the eruption of Vesuvius eradicated the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. This extraordinary film uses visual effects and archaeological findings to chronicle the last 24 hours of Pompeii. Remains of 300 citizens trapped in beach-side crypts allow scientists to reconstruct local life in the First Century after Christ.

52 min