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Location: Italy         Length: 10 min

Ancient Pompeii, a 150 acre walled city in southern Italy, was destroyed and covered by volcanic material when nearby Mt. Vesuvius erupted in AD 79. A complete city block, once inhabited by patricians, slaves and merchants, is now the focus of research and conservation by the Archaeological Sciences Department of the University of Bradford. This film describes how the recently created Pompeii Trust is attempting to preserve this important piece of history for future generations.

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Copyright 2004 by Black Cat Productions

Screenplay, photography and production by Arthur and Jennifer Stephens

Websites About Pompeii (James M. Deem)

The Forgotten City of Pompeii (includes a pictorial tour of the city)

Pompeii Forum Project  (plans, images, discussions)

Archaeology’s Interactive Dig  (Archaeology Magazine)

Pompeii Ruins  (Tiberio Gracco)

Ancient Pompeii – Buried City (All About

Mount Vesuvius (Wikipedia)

Pompeii (