Casts made from the hollows left when the bodies of the Mount Vesuvius volcano victims disintegrated show how people were caught fleeing the eruption in 79 A.D.. They were part of the exhibit “Pompeii, Stories from an Eruption,” at the Field Museum in 2005. Oct. 18, 2005.
Casts made from the hollows left when the bodies of the Mount Vesuvius volcano victims disintegrated show how people were caught fleeing the eruption in 79 A.D.. They were part of the exhibit “Pompeii, Stories from an Eruption,” at the Field Museum in 2005. Oct. 18, 2005. M. Spencer Green Associated Press
Casts made from the hollows left when the bodies of the Mount Vesuvius volcano victims disintegrated show how people were caught fleeing the eruption in 79 A.D.. They were part of the exhibit “Pompeii, Stories from an Eruption,” at the Field Museum in 2005. Oct. 18, 2005. M. Spencer Green Associated Press

Skulls exploded. Blood boiled. That’s how Mount Vesuvius killed some victims, study says

October 10, 2018 04:14 PM