Eruption of Mount Vesuvius Pietro Fabris
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Eruption of Mount Vesuvius
View of an eruption of Mount Vesuvius that began on 23 December 1760 and ended on 5 January 1761. Monte Sant'Angelo is visible on the left of the lava flow [as viewed]. This plate is based on a drawing by Pietro Fabris from the time of the eruption.
Plate 12 from Campi Phlegraei: observations on the volcanos of the two Sicilies by William Hamilton. The plate is inscribed ‘XII’ in the top left corner.
- Image reference: RS-17577
- ©The Royal Society
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