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Monday, 10 July 2017

mt Vesuvius

2,000 citizens of the city died from the ash flow, gases and debris from the eruption. When Mount Vesuvius erupted cataclysmically in the summer of A.D. 79, the nearby Roman town of Pompeii was buried under several feet of ash and rock.Pompeii.


Along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area, was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m 13 to 20 of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.


Pompeii was a large Roman town in the Italian region of Campania which was completely buried in volcanic ash following the eruption of nearby Mt Vesuvius.

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2 comments:

  1. Kia Orana Po Manu,

    I hope you are enjoying your holidays so far. I can see that you have been blogging amazing work. If you'd like to continue to blog and be part of a programme, we'd really love it if you'd join us on the Winter Learning Journey programme.

    Given that you're so good at creating DLOs, I think that would do an awesome job!

    To join, simply enter 'Winter Learning Journey' into the Google search bar and click on the link that appears. The link will take you to the Winter Learning Journey website. On the website, go to the Weekly Activities tab and click on it. It will bring you to an 'Activities' page with 21 different activity options. You can choose from any of the 21. To complete the activity you post your answer on your blog site. For an example, feel free to check out Kayla's blog site. She is a student at St Pat's who is currently participating in the Winter Learning Journey programme. The link for her site is: http://spskaylag.blogspot.co.nz/.

    Hope to see you blogging with us soon.

    Kia Kaha,

    Jacinta

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    1. thank you for telling me and one thank you again

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