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The 79 AD Pompeii Volcano Eruption | Destruction on the Last Day of Pompeii | Lost City of Pompeii

The Pompeii volcano eruption in 79 AD is one the most unusual events in history. It happened near the lost city of Pompeii on 24 August 79 AD was the fateful incident that the world will never forget. How exactly did things happen the day the volcano from Mount Vesuvius erupted unexpectedly on the lost city of Pompeii in Italy and buried it under tons of volcanic ash - this video takes you through the day hour by hour detail of the incident that made Pompeii famous in history, how it got destroyed and all its citizens turned to stone bodies. What really happened when in 79 AD, the volcano finally erupted.

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2:07 - 10 am (24 Aug 79 AD)
2:18 - 12 noon (24 Aug 79 AD)
4:15 - 5 pm (24 Aug 79 AD)
5:21 - 7:30 pm (24 Aug 79 AD)
6:02 - 10 pm (24 Aug 79 AD)
6:40 - 1 am (25 Aug 79 AD)
7:07 - 3 am (25 Aug 79 AD)
7:21 - 8 am (25 Aug 79 AD)

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The Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79

Dr Paul Roberts tells us about the eruption of Mount Vesuvius and how it connects us to the Romans of AD 79.

A Day in Pompeii - Full-length animation

A Day in Pompeii, a Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition, was held at Melbourne Museum from 26 June to 25 October 2009. Over 330,000 people visited the exhibition -- an average of more than 2,700 per day -- making it the most popular traveling exhibition ever staged by an Australian museum.

Zero One created the animation for an immersive 3D theatre installation which gave visitors a chance to feel the same drama and terror of the town's citizens long ago, and witness how a series of eruptions wiped out Pompeii over 48 hours.

This video is available in full HD stereo. Please get in touch with Zero One through their website for licensing information for exhibitions, television and other media or to discuss 3D Visualisation solutions. Copyright 2010 Zero One Animation and Melbourne Museum.




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