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    Pompeii

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    The city of Pompeii located in Rome was destroyed by a huge volcano and the city was buried alive. By ash and cuit. But the city in West Jordan is a lot different then the city of Pompeii. They’re somethings that are also alike. They’re so many things alike and different but this is how Pompeii and West Jordan are alike in some ways. One way is that we both have lots of people and we also both have buildings‚homes‚shops and roads that is how they are alike in some ways. They’re a lot of things

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    Classical Civilisation Pompeii Contents: The Original Site 2 The Destruction 3 – 5 Houses 5 – 10 The Forum 10 – 13 Government 13 – 15 Inns and Thermopolia 15 – 16 Theatre 16 – 18 Baths 18 – 19 The Amphitheatre 20 Classical Civilisation Pompeii The Original Site It was not until the 1st century BC that the Romans took full control of the town. There are some obvious reasons to why the site of Pompeii was so appealing to settlers: It was built on a lava spur Gave south-west

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    Pompeii and Herculaneum

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    PLEASE don’t steal! I worked on this really hard! And it can get you in trouble!! Pompeii Documentary -- 3/3/14 Why is Pompeii so important? It’s a destroyed city of people who died‚ and we can only tell how they felt in the people’s last moments of their lives. They were frozen in the last seconds of their lives. Everything there can tell us every detail of what happened when the town swarmed with life. Earthquakes. A massive eruption. Hail of pumice and ash. Technology today

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    Volcanoes In Pompeii

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    Volcanoes are located in every single continent on planet earth. Mt Vesuvius is one of these large mountains. It is located near the city of Pompeii in Italy‚ and erupted on August 24th 79 AD. Volcanoes can be extremely unpredictable natural disasters‚ which cause tremendous amounts of damage to anyone unfortunate enough to live nearby. First of all‚ there are very many causes of volcanoes. Volcanoes are mountains that have hot scorching magma and lava boiling inside of it (Magloff‚ 2013). To begin

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    Life In Pompeii

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    understanding of daily life in Pompeii and Herculaneum. (10 marks) New research has immensely impacted on our understanding of daily life in both Pompeii and Herculaneum. Experts in archaeology‚ science and other fields have revealed copious amounts of information about people‚ buildings and food found in the two cities prior to the eruption in 62 AD.   Experts such as Estelle Lazer and Sarah Bisel have assisted in heightening our understanding of the daily life in Pompeii and Herculaneum. From 1986

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    Pompeii and Herculaneum

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    Pompeii and Herculaneum are unique and remarkable because of their extraordinary state of preservation. No other archaeological site gives us so much information about life in ancient Rome. Pompeii and Herculaneum were buried in the volcanic eruption in 79AD in different ways‚ effectively which preserved majority of both sites. These archaeological remains that were left behind‚ such as bakeries‚ food bars‚ brothels‚ fulleries‚ wine presses and the Garum industry reveal a great deal about Industries

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    Pompeii and Herculaneum

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    Pompeii and Herculaneum Introduction to P and H Pompeii and Herculaneum were thriving cities in southern Italy until they were destroyed by the eruption of Mt Vesuvius in 79AD. The eruption had a devastating effect upon the economy‚ society and topography of the surrounding area‚ destroying towns‚ villages‚ villas and farms. The landscape‚ including the coastline and the course of the Sarnus river‚ were altered irrevocably. Pompeii and Herculaneum are situated along the coast in the bay of Naples

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    Analysis: Pompeii

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    Module Two Visual Art 100 Journal - Which one would be the most fun to explore‚ and why? I feel that visiting the Ancient remains of Pompeii would be the most fun and interesting to explore out of the small list. My reasoning for this is fairly simple. In 79 AD when Mount Vesuvius erupted‚ it buried the entire city in heavy volcanic ash that actually preserved majority of the city’s contents for a long period of time. Based on the photos and virtual tour‚ the city was indeed preserved very well

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    Vesuvius In Pompeii

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    Pompeii – Task One The eruption of Mt Vesuvius in Pompeii is as influential today as it was in ancient times. This is for many reasons‚ the primary reason being the unique preservation of structures‚ frescos (wall paintings) and many other things. When the eruption hit Pompeii on August 24‚ 79AD no one in Pompeii could have guessed what would follow. Around 1:00 Pm a firestorm of fatal gasses and molten lava erupted from Vesuvius‚ spreading fear and terror into the hearts of Pompeiians as they thought

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    Pompeii and Herculaneum

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    Pompeii and Herculaneum Economy: Economy and Occupations The economy of Pompeii and Herculaneum was primarily agricultural with a smaller number of trade and crafts practiced. Pompeii has been perceived as a bustling commercial centre‚ a vestibule of a house reading‚ “Profit is joy.” The bigger wheel ruts seen in the streets of Pompeii compared to Herculaneum also suggest a busier economy with epigraphic evidence suggestive of trades and guilds around the walls of the town. Herculaneum was a quieter

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