Mt. Somma (ancestral Mt. Vesuvius),

Mt. Somma (ancestral Mt. Vesuvius), which towered above the Roman seaside resort cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, hadn’t erupted for 800 years, when in A.D. 79, it erupted. What happened to the two cities?

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