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The ancient Roman amphitheater at the Pompeii ruins in Italy

Click on above photo to view it in large format: The Roman amphitheater of Pompeii, built around 80 BCE, is the world’s oldest surviving stone amphitheater. It was buried by the...

Capped columns mark one end of the Forum at the Roman ruins in Pompeii, Italy, which was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Capped columns mark one end of the Forum at Pompeii, the Roman city that was destroyed by the eruption of Mount...

Honorary Arch in the ruins of Pompeii, Italy, frames the blown-off top of Mount Vesuvius, which erupted in 79 AD and buried the town under tons of volcanic ash

Click on above photo to view it in large format: This Honorary Arch at Pompeii Italy frames the blown-off top of Mount Vesuvius, which erupted in 79 AD and buried the...

Sliding wooden panels that separated the main salon from the interior garden in House of the Wooden Partition were instantly turned to sharcoal by the pyroclastic material and preserved in situ

In the early afternoon of August 24 in A.D. 79, more than 300 residents of Herculaneum, Rome fled to the shores of the Mediterranean. Some lingered on the beach, others huddled...