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In the year 79 A.D. a mountain named Vesuvius, in southwestern Italy, literally blew its top, burying the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. At the time of the eruption, Pompeii was a thriving commercial port at the mouth of the Sarno River. It was a destination for wealthy Roman citizens who often vacationed there, being a city of considerable size with numerous attractions such as its own amphitheater, complete with gladiatorial school.
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