Pompeii Eruption - Part 2
This storyboard does not have a description.
On the 24th of August, 79 AD, after hours of the earth trembling and the mountain groaning, Mount Vesuvius erupted!
A massive cloud exploded out of the neck of the mountain. Pounds and pounds of flaming, hot ash rained down on the citizens and burned holes through the pillows they were using for protection.
When the smoke cleared, Pompeii and its hundreds of people had been completely decimated. Almost 1500 years later, the remnants of Pompeii would be found under layers of earth and debris.
Explore Our Articles and Examples