Vesuvius 1281 m (Sinus Cumani)
Vesuvius 1281 m
Vesuvius
1281 m
Situs ad sinum Cumanum

Vesuvius (Italiane Vesuvio) est mons ignifer in Campania Italiae, iuxta urbem Neapolim situs.

Mons perniciosissime anno 79 erupit, cum Plinius Maior mortuus esset et Pompeii Herculaneumque sublata sunt, cuius historiam scripsit Plinius Minor.[1]

Mythologia recensere

Pluto deus ibi habitare putabatur.

 
"Vesuvii eruptio e Porticis visa" ab Iosepho Wright Derbiensi picta (Bibliotheca Huntington).
 
"Vesuvii eruptio" ab I. M. G. Turner picta (Centrum Artium Britannicarum Yalense).

Nota recensere

  1. Descriptio eruptionis anni 79 in libro VI Gaii Plinii Caecilii Secundi 20 (14).

Bibliographia recensere

  • Guest, John; Cole, Paul; Duncan, Angus; Chester, David (2003). "Chapter 2: Vesuvius". Volcanoes of Southern Italy. London: The Geological Society. pp. 25–62 .
  • Nicholas F. Jones, "Pliny the Younger's Vesuvius "Letters" (6.16 and 6.20)" in Classical World vol. 95 (]]2001]]) pp. 31-48 JSTOR.
  • Rolandi, G.; Paone, A.; De Lascio, M.; Stefani, G. (2008). "The 79 AD eruption of Somma: the relationship between the date of the eruption and the southeast tephra dispersion". Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 169: 87–98 .
  • Sigurdsson, Haraldur (2002). "Mount Vesuvius before the Disaster". In Jashemski, Wilhelmina Mary Feemster; Meyer, Frederick Gustav. The natural history of Pompeii. Cambridge UK: The Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge. pp. 29–36 .
  • Sigurdsson, Haraldur; Carey, Steven (2002). "The Eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79". In Jashemski, Wilhelmina Mary Feemster; Meyer, Frederick Gustav. The natural history of Pompeii. Cambridge UK: The Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge. pp. 37–64 .
  • Waldstein, Sir Charles; Shoobridge, Leonard Knollys Haywood (1908). Herculaneum, past, present & future. London: Macmillan and Co .
  • Zanella, E.; Gurioli, L.; Pareschi, M. T.; Lanza, R. (2007). "Influences of urban fabric on pyroclastic density currents at Pompeii (Italy): Part II: temperature of the deposits and hazard implications". Journal of Geophysical Research (American Geophysical Union, Earth-prints) (112) .