Grotto of Pausilipo Pietro Fabris
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Grotto of Pausilipo
View of the entrance of the Grotto of Pausilipo, a road cut through a type of volcanic stone called tuff. The road is described as '2400 feet long, 22 feet broad and of an unequal height'. A man on a cattle drawn cart has just emerged from the Grotto entrance, and a man on horseback appears on his way in. Plate 16 from Campi Phlegraei: observations on the volcanos of the two Sicilies by William Hamilton. The plate is inscribed ‘XVI’ in the top left corner.
- Image reference: RS-17581
- ©The Royal Society
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