Monte Sant'Angelo Pietro Fabris
Product images of Monte Sant'Angelo
View of Monte Sant'Angelo, a small mountain which the author describes as being 'undoubtedly thrown up by Volcanick Explosion'. A convent is visible amidst the vegetation at its peak and Mount Vesuvius looms behind it, smoke seeping from its crater. Plate 11 from Campi Phlegraei: observations on the volcanos of the two Sicilies by William Hamilton. The plate is inscribed ‘XI’ in the top left corner.
- Image reference: RS-17576
- ©The Royal Society
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