On the morning of August 24, AD 79, the volcano Vesuvius woke in fury and rained destruction upon a region along the Bay of Naples. Whole peoples and cities vanished in the disaster. Thanks to the diligence of dedicated archaeologists, we now can experience the sense of life that pulsed through Pompeii before that day.
Based on an international exhibition that commemorated the 1900th anniversary of Pompeii’s doom, Pompeii, AD 79 recreates the layout of the city and the typical activities of inhabitants as they went about their daily lives and planned for the future. The impact of discovering its buildings, its people, and its culture is unforgettable. Panel topics include:
Pompeii, AD 79 was organized by the Dallas Museum of Art in collaboration with Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
|Content||18 single-sided panels|
|Space Requirements||45 linear feet of wall space|
|Shipping Weight and Dimensions||Travels in 1 wooden crate:|
|Rental Period||6 weeks|
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Pompeii press release
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