Vesuvius Eruption May Have Exploded Skulls

Vesuvius Eruption May Have Exploded Skulls
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The catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD wiped out several nearby towns and killed thousands of people. It has long been supposed that the vast majority died from asphyxiation, choking on the thick clouds of noxious gas and ash. But

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