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BC 17 Apr 19
What lies beneath... at the now-deserted , Phlegraean Fields (), nr , , considered by the Romans to be the home of the god 
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EVPLab_RomaTre 31 Jan 19
Plenary lecture about Campi Flegrei history by Prof. Roberto Scandone @gianfij
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Rob Nelson 18 Nov 17
This was the perk of my time in Naples - discovering some of the ancient ruins that now sit underwater - all because of the magma fields under the area. The entire area rises and falls!
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Cristiana Barandoni 6 Jul 15
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Tweeting Da Vinci 4 Nov 14
Roman temple of in was once under water due to
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Vincenzo De Novellis Apr 26
The scenario during the time period; in the last hours another swarm (eq. by ). Meantime, the frog asks: "Comm te sient' Gennà?" @CaliaDomenico
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Darius Arya 6 Aug 12
New studies of bay of Naples volcanoes,
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WorldTours 22 Mar 17
Macellum, public market in Puteoli, the most valuable and accurate metric index to measure . Ph associazione_archeia
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Jacopo K. Natale Jan 1
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Robert Richardson 13 Apr 18
Checking out the Temple of in with . Amazing evidence of in the area.
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Manuel Sintubin ⚒️ Sep 9
Replying to @OlivierNamur
"The word is in use in the volcanological literature concerning the volcanic area since the beginning of this century to mean the vertical ground movements in historical times." ... so only applies to the Campi Flegrei AND to historical times?
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batchSEARCH 23 Mar 13
View batchSEARCH results data from , Sunday, May 06, 2012 1:49 PM:
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NSAorg 13 Sep 14
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Manuel Sintubin ⚒️ Sep 9
A geological term I learned this weekend in the is () or "slow motion" ... is this term familiar to my tweeps?
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dfm 1 Sep 18
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