Did the extreme heat of the eruption of mount Vesuvius 'turned man's brain to glass'?

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Asked on 2020-02-27 05:29:36
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Pendulum World wrote on 27th of February 2020
Yes, it did !


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Vesuvius has a long historic and literary tradition. It was considered a divinity of the Genius type at the time of the eruption of AD 79: it appears under the inscribed name Vesuvius as a serpent in the decorative frescos of many lararia, or household shrines, surviving from Pompeii. An inscription from Capua to IOVI VESVVIO indicates that he was worshipped as a power of Jupiter; that is, Jupiter Vesuvius.


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